(Received 30 April 1992; accepted 16 October 1992)
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Time-resolved luminescence imaging using a computer-interfaced gateable digital camera is shown to be useful for laser fingerprint development on strongly luminescent substrates. The system design is optimized for rare earth fingerprint treatment chemistry. System specifications are detailed and operation is discussed. Other potential applications include DNA typing and bioassay.
Professor of Physics and Chemistry, and Director, Center for Forensic Studies, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Graduate Student, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
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