(Received 1 March 1973; accepted 17 April 1973)
Published Online: October
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Comparison of glass by the forensic scientist is commonly effected through the study of physical properties. Of the methods available, those involving direct comparison of density, refractive index, and dispersion are the most widely used because of their convenience and applicability to small sample sizes.
Criminalist III, Forensic Science Laboratory, County of Santa Clara. San Jose, Calif
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