(Received 18 June 1974; accepted 5 August 1974)
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One of the best known applications of neutron activation analysis (NAA) in the forensic laboratory is the determination of antimony (Sb) and barium (Ba) concentrations deposited on the hand when a firearm is discharged.
Special Agent, FBI Laboratory, Washington, D.C.,
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