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Dr. Sinha uses acoustic interferometry to distinguish chemical weapons from standard artillery shells. Many common chemical warfare agents—such as the ones shown here—can be uniquely identified by comparing three parameters derived from resonance-spectrum data: Liquid density, sound speed, and sound attenuation.

 

 
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