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Zero-knowledge proofs are mathematical cryptographic methods to demonstrate the validity of a claim while providing no further information beyond the claim itself. The possibility of using such proofs to process classified and other sensitive physical data has attracted attention, especially in the field of nuclear arms control. Here we demonstrate a non-electronic fast neutron differential radiography technique using superheated emulsion detectors that can confirm that two objects aredoi:10.1038/ncomms12890 pmid:27649477 pmcid:PMC5034327 fatcat:ueupneb2qrc5bjenrslnvv6l6q