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September 8th, 2004

Isonics Corporation's Hand-Held Explosive Detection Product

Isonics Corporation announced that its NeutroTest(TM) hand-held neutron-based explosive detection instrument had moved an important step closer to becoming a marketable product. NeutroTest(TM) is a next-generation hand-held instrument whose purpose is to give first responders a tool for quickly evaluating an explosive threat in the form of a suspicious package or purported explosive device.


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