This work used chemical imaging in the short-wave infrared region for analysing gunshot residues (GSR) patterns in cotton fabric targets shot with conventional and non-toxic ammunition. It presents a non-destructive, non-toxic, highly visual and hiperspectral-based approach. The method was based on classical least squares regression, and was tested with the ammunition propellants and their standard...
Congenital haemolytic anaemia (CHA) refers to a group of genetically heterogeneous disorders, mainly caused by changes in genes encoding globin chains, cytoskeletal proteins and red cell enzymes, in which accurate diagnosis can be challenging with conventional techniques.
To set‐up a comprehensive assay for detecting mutations that could improve aetiological diagnosis, we designed...
This review summarizes the recent trends and developments of infrared and Raman spectroscopy applied to the identification of explosives that have been published over the past decade, focusing on the different fields where explosives were studied: homeland and international security, forensics, environmental, characterization of explosives, trace detection and fluorescence-free Raman analysis of explosives.
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