Fingerprinting all kinds of materials analyzed in forensic analysis
Forensic scientists generally require fast and non-destructive analysis of a very wide range of materials. Often these materials are presented in very small quantity, as evidence collected from a crime scene. Using ED-XRF allows to measure a wide range of elements and concentrations: C(6)-Fm(100), without any need of sample preparations. Samples can be measured in many different formats such as powder,...
By Xenemetrix Ltd. based in Migdal Haemek, ISRAEL.
Forensic labs are improving throughput and eliminating backlog by using DART. Presentation of sample and standards is routine and requires just seconds per sample to determine quantity and quality of seized narcotics and OTC drugs of abuse. Synthetic cannabinoids and bath salts are easily detected and identified with confirmation using simple mass spectrometry methods and comparison with NIST library standards. Explosives, arson, counterfeit currency, tax stamps and even drugs in body fluids...
By IonSense Inc based in Saugus, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).
Police can use GPRs in different forensic investigations (search for hidden burials, underground hiding places and passages etc.). Military uses of GPR include location and detection of buried explosive devices and land mines.
By Transient Technologies LLC based in Kyiv, UKRAINE.
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