Firearm residue detection by instrumental neutron activation analysis.
- Published Article
Journal of forensic sciences
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1975
Work leading to an improved technique for firearm discharge residue detection by neutron activation is described. The troublesome and time-consuming postirradiation chemistry has been eliminated; also, sample size has been minimized to accommodate some 130 samples per irradiation capsule. To put the method in a proper perspective, previous work has been referenced and discussed.
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