Systematic Analysis of Explosive Residues

    Volume 20, Issue 3 (July 1975)

    ISSN: 0022-1198

    CODEN: JFSOAD

    Published Online: 1 July 1975

    Page Count: 24


    Beveridge, AD
    Section Head, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Crime Detection Laboratory, Edmonton, Alberta

    Lambertus, AJ
    Forensic Scientists, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Crime Detection Laboratory, Edmonton, Alta.

    Shaddick, RC
    Forensic Scientists, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Crime Detection Laboratory, Edmonton, Alta.

    Audette, RJ
    Forensic Scientists, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Crime Detection Laboratory, Edmonton, Alta.

    Payton, SF
    Forensic Scientists, Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Crime Detection Laboratory, Edmonton, Alta.

    (Received 11 November 1974; accepted 23 January 1975)

    Abstract

    Examination of bomb scene evidence is an area of increasing involvement for the forensic scientist in which incidents may vary from student mischief to mass murder. To undertake explosive casework responsibilities, the scientist must have personal experience of the type of physical evidence left after explosions, including device remains, characteristic damage, and chemical residues.


    Paper ID: JFS10290J

    DOI: 10.1520/JFS10290J

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