(Received 20 September 1982; accepted 17 November 1982)
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The use of the argon laser in the crime laboratory can be extended from the detection of latent fingerprints to include document examination. With appropriate filters, both visible and infrared luminescence can be recorded under argon laser excitation.
Senior forensic analyst, Forensic Identification Services, Ontario Provincial Police, Toronto, Ontario
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