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|Title: ||Nuclear forensics: scientific analysis supporting law enforcement and nuclear security investigations|
|Authors: ||Keegan, E|
|Keywords: ||Nuclear forensics|
Nuclear materials dispersoin
|Issue Date: ||24-Dec-2015|
|Publisher: ||American Chemical Society|
|Citation: ||Keegan, E., Kristo, M. J., Toole, K., Kips, R., & Young, E. (2016). Nuclear Forensics: Scientific analysis supporting law enforcement and nuclear security investigations. Analytical Chemistry, 88(3), 1496-1505. doi10.1021/acs.analchem.5b02915|
|Abstract: ||Nuclear forensic science, or "nuclear forensic", aims to answer questions about nuclear material found outside of regulatory control. In this Feature, we provide a general overview of nuclear forensics, selecting examples of key "nuclear forensic signatures" which have allowed investigators to determine the identity of unknown nuclear material in real investigations. © 2015 American Chemical Society|
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