Hair Spray on an Individual Hair Fiber
24 Apr 2014

Examination of trace components on individual fibers is essential for the linkage of a victim of crime and/or a suspect to the scene of a crime. This application note describes an ATR microscopy method for the fast and easy identification of hairspray on an individual hair fiber.

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