(Received 16 March 1983; accepted 21 June 1983)
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A simple method for the cross-sectioning of paint chips is presented. The technique employs the use of a miniature ice cube tray and polyester resin. It has proved to be valuable in forensic science cases that involve the examination and comparison of paint chips.
Architectural conservator, Columbia University, New York, NY
Detective/criminalist, New York City Police Laboratory, New York, NY
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