In Rhode Island, researchers are developing a new device to detect a homemade explosive called TAPT. It is made with hydrogen peroxide and acetone, items that can be easily purchased at a drug store, and was found in an apartment raided outside of Brussel
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Published: 2021-04-15 07:16 am
New device could detect explosive popular with terrorists
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