Fibers, hair, soil, wood, gunshot residue and pollen are only a few examples of trace evidence that may be transferred between people, objects or the environment during a crime. Investigators can potentially link a suspect and a victim to a mutual location through trace evidence.
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- Raman Spectroscopy to Enhance Investigative Lead Information in Automotive Clear Coats
- Concentration of ignitable liquid residue from simulated fire debris by dynamic vapor microextraction: Sensitivity to instrument settings and debris characteristics
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