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The latest techniques in forensic analysis

Research And Markets : 03 October, 2007  (Technical Article)
Research an Markets presents a journal for forensic scientists covering latest evidence analysis techniques using instrumental methods.
Research and Markets has announced the addition of "Forensic Analysis on the Cutting Edge" to their offering.
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 characterisation, statistical validation, and others.

- Illustrates comparative analysis of trace evidence by both old and new methods.
- Explains why some newer methods are superior to older, established methods.
- 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.
- Discusses applications such as mass spectrometry, image analysis, desorption-ionisation on silicon mass spectrometry (DIOS-MS), ELISA characterisation, and statistical validation.

Contents include the following chapters:.

1 All that Glitters Is Gold! (Robert Blackledge and Edwin Jones).
2 Forensic Analysis of Automotive Airbag Contact—Not Just a Bag of Hot Air (Glenn Schubert).
3 Ink Analysis Using UV Laser Desorption Mass Spectrometry (John Allison).
4 Condom Trace Evidence in Sexual Assaults: Recovery and Characterisation (Wolfgang Keil).
5 Latent Invisible Trace Evidence: Chemical Detection Strategies (Gabor Patonay, Brian Eckenrode, James John Krutak, Jozef Salon,and Lucjan Strekowski).
6 Applications of Cathodoluminescence in Forensic Science (Christopher Palenik and JoAnn Buscaglia).
7 Forensic Application of DART (Direct Analysis in Real Time) Mass Spectrometry (James Laramee, Robert Cody, Michael Nilles, and Dupont Durst).
8 Forensic Analysis of Dyes in Fibres Via Mass Spectrometry (Linda Lewis and Michael Sigman).
9 Characterisation of Surface-Modified Fibres (Robert Blackledge and Kurt Gaenzle).
10 Characterisation of Smokeless Powders (Wayne Moorehead).
11 Glass Cuts (Helen Griffin).
12 Forensic Examination of Pressure Sensitive Tape (Jenny Smith).
13 Discrimination of Forensic Analytical Chemical Data Using Multivariate Statistics (Stephen Morgan and Edward Bartick).
14 The Colour Determination of Optically Variable Flake Pigments (Michael Nofi).
15 Forensic Science Applications of Stable Isotope Ratio Analysis (James Ehleringer, Thure Cerling, and Jason West).
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