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all without detonating , and so are of purely academic interest. Some other compounds with a high sensitivity to shock , such as nitroglycerin and acetone peroxide , may detonate from a firm jolt and so cannot be legally transported in pure form. Acetone peroxide is used only by terrorists | 2010/9/25 23:49:37

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The term shock collar is a term used in order to describe a family of training collars (also called e-collars, Ecollars, remote training collars, Zap collars, or electronic collars ) that deliver shocks of varying intensity and duration to the neck of a dog (they can also be applied | 2011/8/12 7:24:26

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of the adversary to fight or respond to our strategic policy ends through imposing a regime of Shock and Awe." [ 1 ] Further, rapid dominance will impose this overwhelming level of Shock and Awe against an adversary on an immediate or sufficiently timely basis to paralyze its will to carry

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In World War II this need for military underwater security was first shown by the achievements of frogmen against armed forces facilities: see for example Italian frogman actions in WWII . Since the late 1950s, the increasing demand for and availability of sophisticated scuba diving equipment

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Items Disc - A small piece of mylard that folds out to become a disk that Static rides on. Shock box - Walkie Talkies used between Virgil/Static and Richie/Gear to contact each other. Tracking devices - Static can attach these to people and track them as long as he is within a 2 mile

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High explosives are conventionally subdivided into two explosives classes, differentiated by sensitivity : Primary explosives are extremely sensitive to mechanical shock , friction, and heat, to which they will respond by burning rapidly or detonating. Secondary explosives , also called

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A crystal oscillator is an electronic oscillator circuit that uses the mechanical resonance of a vibrating crystal of piezoelectric material to create an electrical signal with a very precise frequency . This frequency is commonly used to keep track of time (as in quartz wristwatches

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a person who is grounded and accidentally touching the energized part of the circuit. A lethal shock can result from these conditions. RCDs are designed to disconnect quickly enough to prevent injury caused by such shocks. They are not intended to provide protection against overload or short

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resulting in fires. Normally, metal electrical equipment cases are bonded to ground to prevent a shock hazard if energized conductors accidentally contact the case. Where this bonding is not provided or has failed, a severe hazard of electric shock or electrocution is presented when circuit

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changes), coordinate acceleration (so long as it produces g-force or a change in g-force), vibration, shock , and falling (a case where the proper acceleration changes, since it tends toward zero). Micromachined accelerometers are increasingly present in portable electronic devices and video | 2011/9/24 4:30:34