detonable

det·o·na·ble

 (dĕt′n-ə-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being detonated: detonable warheads; detonable bombs.

detonable

(ˈdɛtənəbəl) or

detonatable

adj
(Chemistry) able to be detonated
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He added: "They think they have come up with a reformulation that is[a] less detonable composition of CAN and they have agreed to joint testing which we are going to do next month.
CCPO Quetta said the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) the terrorists planted in a watertank was armed with around 800-1000 kilograms of high-grade detonable material.
The improvised explosive device (IED) packed with around 800-1,000 kgs of detonable material was planted in a water tank, said the authorities.
According to sources, another lethal load of detonable material was found stuffed inside a taxi parked nearby.
Officials also said that joint forces managed to free 14 civilians being held by the smugglers and confiscated weapons, explosives and detonable vests during the operation.
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The larger the cells, the less detonable the mixtures.
He said the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) the terrorists planted in a water tank was armed with around 800 kilograms of high-grade detonable material.