Forensic Analysis on the Cutting Edge: New Methods for Trace Evidence Analysis Hardcover – 24 Aug 2007
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"Overall, this handbook can be recommended to all analysts workingin the field of forensic sciences, particularly since the price isacceptable." (J Am Soc Mass Spectrom, 2011)
"Forensic Analysis on the Cutting Edge is an engaging book andaccessible to al bachelors-levels scientists and above. Iwould recommend it to those practicing in the field, to analyticalscientists possibly to science-oriented mystery writers who want towrite sensibly about one of the unusual pieces of trace evidencecovered by Blackledge and his contributors. The bookcertainly deserves a place on the reference shelf in universitylibraries." (Applied Spectroscopy, April 2008)
"This book will be most useful to practicing forensic scientists(criminalists) engaged in trace-evidence analysis and to universitystudents." (International Journal of Environmental andAnalytical Chemistry, 2008)
This title brings forensic scientists and chemists up-to-date on the latest instrumental methods for analysing trace evidence, including mass spectrometry, image analysis, DIOS-MS, ELISA characterization, statistical validation, and others. It illustrates comparative analysis of trace evidence by both old and new methods. It explains why some newer methods are superior to older, established methods. It includes chapters on analysis of DNA, ink, dyes, glitter, gun powder traces, condom trace evidence, footwear impressions, toolmark impressions, surveillance videos, glass particles, and dirt. It discusses applications such as mass spectrometry, image analysis, desorption-ionization on silicon mass spectrometry (DIOS-MS), ELISA characterization, and statistical validation.See all Product description
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