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Procédés durables pour la décontamination d'agents chimiques de guerre

Abstract : Beyond the old stockpiles of chemical weapons that are about to be gradually destroyed, the occasional reappearance of submerged equipment poses serious environmental and health problems. In addition, some terrorist organizations and States have shown their ability to deploy chemical warfare agents despite their prohibition. This paper presents recent mild catalytic chemical neutralization methods, potentially usable for infrastructure decontamination (urban environment) and with minor ecological impacts. Particular emphasis will be placed on devices directly deployable in the field as an alternative to the usual move of toxic to secure sites dedicated to their destruction.
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Julien Legros. Procédés durables pour la décontamination d'agents chimiques de guerre. Techniques de l'Ingenieur, Techniques de l'ingénieur, 2018, pp.J3950. ⟨hal-02024512⟩

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