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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Verified email at chm. Title Cited by Year Ammonium nitrate: The Journal of Physical Chemistry 93 10, The Journal of Physical Chemistry 98 28, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 31, The Journal of Physical Chemistry 95 10, International Journal of High Pressure Research 2 2, The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 25, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A 24, Propellants, Explosives, Pyrotechnics 37 1, The Journal of Physical Chemistry 99 23, Articles 1—20 Show more.
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