Neutron Bomb: The Toxic Warhead Designed for Maximum Radiation

The neutron bomb, also known as the enhanced radiation weapon, is a type of nuclear weapon designed to emit a large burst of high-energy neutrons while minimizing the explosive force and radioactive fallout. Unlike traditional nuclear weapons, the neutron bomb's primary objective is to maximize radiation exposure, inflicting severe damage to living organisms while leaving structures and infrastructure relatively intact. This concept, driven by the desire to neutralize enemy forces while limiting collateral damage, has sparked significant controversy and ethical debates surrounding the morality of such weapons.