University of Strathclyde, Scotland

In written testimony,22 the University of Strathclyde, Scotland, proposed selective tagging of explosives using surface enhanced resonance raman scattering as a detection technique.

Urenco Nederland B.V., the Netherlands

In written testimony,23 Urenco Nederland B.V., the Netherlands, proposed using stable isotopes as a means of tagging explosives.

22  

W. Smith and P. White, "Selective Tagging of Explosives Using Surface Enhanced Resonance Raman Scattering (SERRS) as a Detection Technique," University of Strathclyde, Scotland, undated.

23  

Urenco Nederland B.V., information received by the NRC Committee on Marking, Rendering Inert, and Licensing of Explosive Materials, September 25, 1996.



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