Goma-2

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Goma-2 Eco is a type of high explosive manufactured for industrial use (chiefly mining) by Unión Española de Explosivos S.A.

It is a gelatinous, Nitroglycol-based explosive widely used within Spain and exported abroad. It was used by ETA in the 1980s and 1990s.

There are two variants of Goma-2: Goma-2 EC and Goma-2 ECO.

Goma-2 ECO was the explosive used in the 11 March 2004 Madrid train bombings.

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