Depleated Uranium replacement material

Found an interesting article on http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99994004 "'Safe' alternative to depleted uranium revealed
19:00 30 July 03
Controversial anti-tank shells tipped with depleted uranium may be phased out if an alternative material proves its worth.
The US Army is expected to award a contract this week for the manufacture of prototype ammunition incorporating a "liquid metal" alloy. The new rounds could be in service within two years. " more
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If it's the traditional Beryllium containing Liquid Metal alloy that won't be seen as any better by the folks objecting to the DU.

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