What sources used to produce chemical biological radio logical nuclear or high yield explosives agents?
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What are the additional miscellaneous support and decontamination supplies used while sampling a chemical biological radiological nuclear or high-yield explosives cbrne or suspected cbrne site?
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What are the goals the other major countries involved in nuclear biological weapons?
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What are some improper or unfortunate uses of chemistry?
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Does a nuclear change result from a chemical reaction?
Asked in Inventions, Engineering, Nuclear Weapons
Can a conventional explosives blow up a nuclear bomb?
What does a nuclear biological chemical warfare specialist do?
What energy can be found in a nuclear bomb?
What Used cycle as an explosive ingredient in nuclear weapons?
You question is far from clear, but nuclear weapons use a high explosive "trigger". The chemical explosives serve to crush nuclear materials into a very dense form, starting a nuclear chain reaction. There have been many different explosives used for that purpose- explosives used in modern day weapons is rather classified, and we don't discuss classified materials here. The chemical explosives used in most nuclear weapons since the 1960s have been PBXs (Plastic Bonded Explosives). However there are literally many dozens of different PBXs, each having different properties. PBXs were selected for safety: they are insensitive to shock or fire. I am not sure what you mean by "cycle". The only thing I know of with a name like that was cyclonite, an explosive used in some nuclear weapons in the 1950s, but it is very shock sensitive and thus unsafe. Some unclassified information on nuclear weapon explosives is available in Chuck Hansen's work Swords of Armageddon.
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Why does a nuclear bomb cause such a large explosion?
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What three types of weapons were used during the cold war?
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How does bomb works?
Depends on the bomb. Conventional bombs rely on explosives- unstable chemicals that change to another chemical product, releasing heat. Nuclear weapons rely on fissonable material, When the material is crushed together by conventional explosives, a nuclear chain reaction takes place, releasing energy.
The CBRNE agents are living organisms or materials derived from them that cause disease or harm to humans animals or plants?
CBRNE (Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and high yield Explosives) have the ability to create both mass casualties as well as mass disruption of society. Agents that are living organisms or materials derived from them that cause disease or harm to humans, animals, or plants are biological.
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What has the author Julian Perry Robinson written?
Julian Perry Robinson has written: 'Public Health Response to Biological and Chemical Weapons' 'The effects of weapons on ecosystems' -- subject(s): Biological warfare, Chemical warfare, Environmental aspects, Environmental aspects of Biological warfare, Environmental aspects of Chemical warfare, Environmental aspects of Military weapons, Environmental aspects of Nuclear weapons, Environmental aspects of War, Military weapons, Nuclear weapons, War 'The United States binary nerve-gas programme' -- subject(s): Asphyxiating and poisonous Gases, Chemical weapons, Military policy, War use 'Chemical and biological warfare developments, 1985' -- subject(s): Biological warfare, Chemical warfare