The Comparison of Broken Surfaces: A Scanning Electron Microscopic Study

    Volume 20, Issue 3 (July 1975)

    ISSN: 0022-1198

    CODEN: JFSOAD

    Published Online: 1 July 1975

    Page Count: 17


    DeRonja, FS
    Research Physicist in the Biological Science Research Unit, Chief of the Microscopic Analysis Unit, and Chief of the Metallurgy Unit, FBI Laboratory, Washington, D.C.,

    Clark, MS
    Research Physicist in the Biological Science Research Unit, Chief of the Microscopic Analysis Unit, and Chief of the Metallurgy Unit, FBI Laboratory, Washington, D.C.,

    Matricardi, VR
    Research Physicist in the Biological Science Research Unit, Chief of the Microscopic Analysis Unit, and Chief of the Metallurgy Unit, FBI Laboratory, Washington, D.C.,

    (Received 11 October 1974; accepted 1 November 1974)

    Abstract

    The comparison of two broken surfaces which have the possibility of being complementary is a frequent task in forensic laboratories. Many types of materials may be examined for this purpose, including broken metal, plastic, glass, ceramics, wood, bone, and teeth.


    Paper ID: JFS10296J

    DOI: 10.1520/JFS10296J

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