lol.. let that be a lesson FeddY - dont take on an IRA man if you want to talk blowing things up
Birmingham Six appealIn 1991 The Court of Appeal stated that the Griess test should only be used as a gateway or preliminary test and that:
Caustic soda is used to break down the molecule of nitroglycerine to produce nitrite ions. The concentration is crucial to the test. If Skuse had used a dilute solution as he claimed, the test would react positive only on hands dripping with nitroglycerine, which was an absurdity. A stronger solution would react positive to any number of chemicals. Contaminants suggested included laboratory detergents used to wash the test containers and some soaps and lacquers, as well as the nitrocellulose polymer used on playing cards.
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