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    nwf125a   The first test of an atomic weapon conducted near Alamagordo in the New Mexico desert.
nwf125b   An atmospheric test of a thermonuclear weapon conducted by the Unites States at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean.
nwf137   The sequence of a nuclear detonation.
nwf139   Effects of a nuclear detonation.
sd21a   Heath/Range Effects Chart for 10KT -100 MT Air Bursts.
sd22   Blast/Range Effects Chart for 10KT -100 MT Air Bursts.
sd23a   Blast overpressure in pounds per square inch (psi) and windspeeds in miles per hour (mph).
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The diagram shows the approximate relationship between the two primary lethal effects of nuclear weapons, blast and radiation, and in particular the wider radiation effect of the Enhanced Radiation Weapon (ERW) or "neutron bomb"

sd61 Neutron Bomb Range Effects Chart.
nwf141 The areas of the body in which cells are rapidly multiplying continuously are most susceptible to the effects of radiation. The diagram indicates these areas in descending order of susceptibility.
Spectrum

The Electromagnetic Spectrum.

Q84_01 Nuclear Bomb Effects Computer - Front side.
Q84_02 Nuclear Bomb Effects Computer - Rear side.
calc03 Probability of a glass fragment penetrating 1 cm of soft tissue.
calc04 Impact at normal incidence with a hard, flat surface.
sd26 Radioactive Isotopes in Fallout.
sd31 Clinical Effects Arising From Whole-body doses of Gamma Radiation.
sd62 Estimated Casualties Arising from a 10,000 Megaton Nuclear Exchange.
dam 121 Assumed Effects of Radiation Exposures.
mda 747 "An atomic bomb is a weapon of mass slaughter, a total death machine , compact and efficient..." as a simple graph prepared from Hiroshima statistics demonstrates.
mda 113 Fat Man, the plutonium bomb detonated over Nagasaki, "the day before".
ua148 Nagasaki - Thermal Radiation Effect 3.5 kilometers from Ground Zero .
ua192 Hiroshima - 6 August 1945.
mda 111 Unidentified corpse, Hiroshima.
ua255 Tokyo following the bombardments and conflagrations of 10 March 1945.
cmcd01 Chemical Material Contamination Control Guide.
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Chemical Material Contamination Control Guide.

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Herein are tables of chemical agents with their accompanying symbols and description of properties for each. The tables include information on toxicity, speed of toxic effect, and means of detection and identification (Mil. only). Temperatures are given for the freezing/melting point for each agent and for decomposition. The tables describe each agent persistency and explain in some detail the proper decontamination procedures for each. Individual agents are grouped according to classification, such as nerve, blister, blood, chocking, vomiting or tear.
35-9-3 Boiling and freezing points of selected chemical agents.
nwss62 Expedient filter to remove radioactivity from water.
nwss155 Homemade shelter ventilation-pump (KAP -Kearney Air pump).
nwss220 Entryway of Small-Pole Blast Shelter shielded against initial nuclear radiation.
sd41a Area Contamination by Chemical Agent After Intervals of Time.
sd41b Mustard Gas Blistering.
sd43 Relative Toxicity of Some Chemical Agents.
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Detailed Nuclear Effects Calculations for Hiroshima and Nagasaki

All the material used in this work was obtained from unclassified sources; some of the material is adapted from standard sources. Where other material has been adapted the figures in this work should not be taken as approved by the original source.
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