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How DLR laser systems will detect hazardous substances to protect the population

Whether deliberate or unintentional, any release of hazardous chemical, biological, radioactive, nuclear, or explosive substances (CBRNE) may have devastating consequences. The DLR Institute of Technical Physics is developing innovative methods for tracking down and identifying such substances in time.


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