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The jar containing the low explosive and the homemade banger were taken to a "suitable area" and "destroyed by a controlled explosion" at around 1.20am on Saturday, June 10 last year.
Det Insp Ryan said a "low explosive" acted more slowly than high explosives such as Semtex, although the damage caused can be quite considerable.
Inorganic salts of chlorate, nitrate, and perchlorate are frequently used as oxidizers in low explosives. Common fuels include sources of carbon (e.g., charcoal, sugar, hydrocarbons), aluminum, and sulfur.
When asked why such a low explosive bomb could claim three people lives, Dai said the bomb was placed near gas tanks in the restaurant.
Described as using a "low explosive" - probably black or smokeless powder - the bombs are said to have sent out shrapnel at more than 3,000ft per second.
It should be noted that although most of the pyrotechnic products used in theater are classified as low explosives, oddly, mixed flash powder is considered by the ATF to be a high explosive.
Simple low explosives can be used to produce a relatively large explosion, and the fragmentation of the pipe itself creates potentially lethal shrapnel," a source said.