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First experiences with 2D-mXRF analysis of gunshot residue on garment, tissue, and cartridge cases
Author(s): Alwin Knijnenberg; Amalia Stamouli; Martin Janssen
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Paper Abstract

The investigation of garment and human tissue originating from a victim of a shooting incident can provide crucial information for the reconstruction of such an incident. The use of 2D-mXRF for such investigations has several advantages over current methods as this new technique can be used to scan large areas, provides simultaneous information on multiple elements, can be applied under ambient conditions and is non-destructive. In this paper we report our experiences and challenges with the implementation of 2D-mXRF in GSR analysis. Currently we mainly focus on the use of 2D-mXRF as a tool for visualizing elemental distributions on various samples.

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Date Published: 16 September 2014
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 9236, Scanning Microscopies 2014, 92360J (16 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2066992
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Alwin Knijnenberg, Netherlands Forensic Institute (Netherlands)
Amalia Stamouli, Netherlands Forensic Institute (Netherlands)
Martin Janssen, Netherlands Forensic Institute (Netherlands)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 9236:
Scanning Microscopies 2014
Michael T. Postek; Dale E. Newbury; S. Frank Platek; Tim K. Maugel, Editor(s)

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