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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Unstable Chemicals

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Highly explosive, unstable chemical found at Dublin school lab
The army bomb disposal team was called in to make the Brady’s reagent chemical safe at Ballinteer Community School.
Controlled explosion carried out at Dublin school
It follows the discovery of an unstable chemical during a routine audit of a secondary school lab in Glasnevin earlier today.
Bomb squad carry out controlled explosions in Dublin and Cork schools
The Army Bomb Disposal Team was called to two secondary schools today after the same unstable chemical was found.
Unstable chemical found in Limerick school made safe
The Army Bomb Disposal Team has made safe an unstable chemical found in a school in Limerick – just one day after another school in Limerick was evacuated for the same reason.
School evacuated as bomb squad deal with unstable chemical
The Defence Forces team was called out to the Killmallock school after unstable chemicals were discovered on the premises.
Army bomb disposal team deals with chemical at Tralee IT
A small quantity of picric acid, which can become unstable over time, is found during a routine audit of chemicals.