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Forensic Science in the Spring

Across
a high explosive consisting of nitroglycerin mixed with an absorbent material and typically molded into sticks
the chemical decomposition of organic (carbon-based) materials through the application of heat
any substance or mixture that quickens the development of fire in order to commit arson
One of the colors on the Irish flag.
the temperature at which a particular organic compound gives off sufficient vapor to ignite in air
A rapid chemical combination of a substance with oxygen, involving the production of heat and light
Used to initiate the firing of a gun
a violent expansion in which energy is transmitted outward as a shock wave
The official color of St. Patrick's Day.
The city where the marathon was bombed
the internal diameter or bore of a gun barrel
A month in the Spring
A form of impressed action marks which are produced when a cartridge case is fired in a firearm
The Easter rabbit brings these!
A term referring to the measure of the bore diameter of the shotgun
the arrangement of spiral grooves on the inside of a gun barrel
The most powerful military explosive
The earliest guns were ________.
a projectile for firing from a rifle, revolver, or other small firearm, typically made of metal, cylindrical and pointed, and sometimes containing an explosive
These bloom out in the Spring
combustion of a substance that is initiated suddenly and propagates extremely rapidly, giving rise to a shock wave
Down
A chemical that's capable of sending out a shock wave that travels faster than 3000 fps
a process in which a chemical substance changes because of the addition of oxygen
a pistol with revolving chambers enabling several shots to be fired without reloading
combustion that propagates through a gas or across the surface of an explosive at subsonic speeds, driven by the transfer of heat
The study of the trajectory of a projectile.
a movable device in a firearm that strikes the primer of a cartridge to set off the charge
a casing containing a charge and a bullet or shot for small arms or an explosive charge for blasting