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Forensic detection

Fingerprints fixed

Nature Chemistry (31 October 2008) | Download Citation


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Disulfur dinitride reacts with the residues of fingerprints and of inkjet printing to potentially provide a valuable forensic technique

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    , & Fingerprint and inkjet-trace imaging using disulfur dinitride. Chem. Commun. 10.1039/b815742a (2008).

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