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Articles by Max Diem

Max Diem


Mid-Infrared Vibrational Spectroscopy Standoff Detection of Highly Energetic Materials: New Developments
April 1, 2011

A review of recent developments in MIR spectroscopy that have potential for field deployment in defense and homeland security applications for standoff detection of highly energetic materials (HEM) and homemade explosives (HME), as well as in forensic sciences applications.

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