On a cultural level, the passivity encouraged of young girls in some parts of northeastern Nigeria may have made them less likely to decline the demands of male militants to carry out such attacks or deliver packages that unbeknownst to the girls had remotely detonable
bombs in them.
Depending on the air-hydrogen mixture's concentration, it would have even become a detonable
mix causing a supersonic flame front.
He said the Improvised Explosive Device (IED) the terrorists planted in a water tank was armed with around 800 kilograms of high-grade detonable
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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One concern is that some nuclear warheads, such as the high-yield W88 on the Navy's Trident D-5 missile, continue to use conventional high explosives to trigger a nuclear reaction, as opposed to less detonable
"insensitive high explosives." According to a 1994 study co-authored by John Harvey, now a deputy assistant secretary of defense, an accident (such as dropping a missile during handling) or act of sabotage with such a warhead could "create impact pressures and temperatures sufficient to cause motor detonation or fire." The resulting "catastrophic" dispersal of toxic plutonium would cause an environmental disaster and increased cancer deaths for the people exposed to the fallout.
The larger the cells, the less detonable