composite explosive

composite explosive

[kəm′päz·ət ik′splō·siv]
(materials)
A mixture of substances which consume and give off oxygen, together with one or several simple explosives; dynamite is an example.
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The composite Explosive Defractor Core[TM] of the Extreme Shock Explosive Entry AFR Round acts as a perpendicular defractor plate that bl ows the fragments at virtual 90-degree angles to the wound channel
Topics to be covered will include key issues omitted from official reports and mainstream media coverage, such as the mysterious free-fall collapse of the 47 story WTC Building 7; the ubiquitous molten metal found under the towers and across lower Manhattan; and advanced nano-thermitic composite explosives found in the WTC dust.
Topics to be covered include the examination of the forensic evidence, video documentation & eye witness testimony omitted from official reports, such as the mysterious free-fall collapse of the 47 story WTC Building 7, the discovery of molten steel/iron, and advanced nano-thermitic composite explosives found in the WTC dust.