(Received 29 March 1988; accepted 18 April 1988)
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A new generation of black-and-white films manufactured by Eastman Kodak under the name of T-Max have proved, through controlled experiments, to be superior to existing film emulsions in recording short ultraviolet reflective and fluorescent photographs. The positive and negative aspects of this film emulsion are explored as they apply to forensic ultraviolet photography.
Assistant professor, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS
Deputy coroner, Sonoma County, California,
Deputy medical examiner and investigator, American Board of Forensic Odontology, Forrest County, Mississippi
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