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By A. W. Scaplehorn (auth.), Jehuda Yinon (eds.)

This publication represents a suite of papers offered on the 4th overseas Symposium on research and Detection of Explosives held on the Mitzpeh Rachel Kibbutz Guesthouse in Jerusalem, September 7 to ten, 1992. The Symposium was once attended through one hundred fifty individuals from 20 international locations and 50 lectures got together with four invited keynote lectures. the aim of the Symposium, because the past Symposia, used to be to provide and to debate new ways, new functions, new equipment and strategies in research and detection of explosives. The Symposium used to be, in keeping with the suggestions obtained from many individuals, very winning and met the predicted expectancies. New collaborative tasks among a variety of laboratories from diverse nations have been shaped, that is a need in our universal targets of legislations enforcement, aviation safety and environmental caliber, concerns that are heavily with regards to the research of explosives. i want to increase my due to the Weizmann Institute of technology and the Israel nationwide Police for sponsoring the Symposium, to the contributing associations and organizations for making this Symposium financially attainable, and to the contributors of the overseas Committee for priceless recommendation. i'm such a lot grateful to my colleagues from the Organizing Committee, specially Dr. Joseph Almog and Dr. Shmuel Zitrin from the Israel nationwide Police, for assisting within the association of this Symposium.

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