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Possibilities of spectral investigations of injuries inflicted from special arms



Possibilities of spectral investigations of injuries inflicted from special arms



Sudebno Meditsinskaya Ekspertiza 49(4): 28-30



Quantitative characteristics and application of different spectral methods are compared in experiment. Stab and gunshot wounds were studied by roentgenospectral fluorescent and emission spectral analyses. The above spectral methods detected significant quantities of alien material on the wounds. depending on the kind of the weapon.

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