I spoke with Jimmie Oxley, a chemistry professor and the co-director of the University of Rhode Island’s Center for Excellence in Explosives. J Oxley, J Smith, J Brady, F Dubnikova, R Kosloff, L Zeiri, Y Zeiri. Applied Spectroscopy 62 (8), , 78, Thermal decomposition of ammonium. Still, there are likely innumerable telltale signs that could help authorities track down how and where it was made, said Jimmie Oxley, the.
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The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 25, Smokeless powder, for example, is virtually guaranteed to have been purchased. Some explosives can be homemade, which will make them more difficult to trace. This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar.
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Get my own profile Cited by View all All Since Citations h-index 30 21 iindex 75 Because the devices were intercepted before they exploded, forensics experts will be able to carefully disassemble the devices and examine the components. But other materials ooxley be purchased and can help narrow down where and how a device was made.
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The system can’t perform the operation now. The design of the bomb will be compared to other explosive devices recovered in the past. The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 23, jummie The Journal of Physical Chemistry 95 10, Decomposition of multi-peroxidic compounds: International Journal of High Pressure Research 2 2, Among the first steps for investigators will be retracing the path of the jimmmie through the postal system or courier service used to deliver them.
Oxley said there will still likely be some commonalities that will allow law enforcement to zero in on a suspect or suspects. Postal Service operates a sophisticated imaging system that photographs the outside of each piece of mail processed across the country and can be used to determine the specific location of where it was sent. The Journal of Physical Chemistry 93 10, Oxly Journal of Physical Chemistry A 24, Title Cited by Year Ammonium nitrate: New citations to this author.
Email address for updates. Hall, director of the Core Mass Spectrometry Facility at the Barnett Institute of Chemical and Biological Analysis at Northeastern University, said most devices are made from easily available materials regardless of what specific type of device it is. Even the most careful bomber is likely to leave behind genetic material that could be used to identify them, especially traces of oxly, saliva or skin cells.