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Highlights • The definition of the source, often missing, prejudices results interpretation. • There is a need for more fundamental data on intravariabil...
• Analysis of radiocarbon in human bone is used to interpret the post-mortem interval. • Analysis allows proper placement of the radiocarbon values on the modern b...
Forensic Science International 251:iii (2015)
Forensic Science International 251:115 (2015)
• Finishing treatments effect stain formation on non-laundered apparel. • Prior-laundering changes fabric properties, which may alter stain characteristics. ...
• Discrimination of tire rubbers is studied based on their sulfur chemical states, or sulfur XANES. • The tire rubbers, even tires of the same brand, can be discri...
Most spectroscopic studies of the reaction products formed by ninhydrin, 1,2-indanedione-zinc (Ind-Zn) and 1,8-diazafluoren-9-one (DFO) when reacted with amino acids or latent fingermarks on paper substrates are focused on visible absorption or luminescence spectroscopy. In addition, structural ...
Forensic Science International 250:iii (2015)
• Microbiological testing is important for establishing the cause of death. • Viruses are only the cause of death in few cases. ...
False positives due to the presence of antimony in vehicle seat fabrics are a problem in gunshot residue (GSR) analysis, in particular, when graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry (GFAAS) is employed. In this study, we sought to determine the reason for the prevalence of false positive ...