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Dr Jochen Neutz, research group leader at the renowned Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology in Pfinztal, Germany, said the Americans had made all the running in airbags and Europe had to a large extent followed their pattern, notably by introducing zirconium potassium perchlorate (SPELLING IS CORRECT) as the standard airbag ignition chemical--in both industrial and military applications--after the outlawing of lead.
The DTSC began investigating the Newhall facility and its storage of zirconium potassium perchlorate - a highly explosive chemical compound - in August 1999, examining practices spanning 10 years at the Placerita facility.
But a key ingredient in operations, zirconium potassium perchlorate - a chemical used in tiny amounts to spur the devices - is highly volatile.
The explosion occurred as Tillman was loading a pickup truck with 2-pound canisters of zirconium potassium perchlorate - a highly volatile chemical compound used in small doses to detonate air bags, Los Angeles County fire officials said.