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Contents - Forensic Science Communications - April 2007

Contents - Forensic Science Communications - April 2007

April 2007 - Volume 9 - Number 2


Research and Technology Transparent  

The Use of Bayes Coefficients to Assess the Racial Bias-Hair Analysis Conjecture for Detection of Cocaine in Hair Samples

Tom Mieczkowski
Chris Sullivan
Michael Kruger

Application of X-Ray Diffraction Techniques in Forensic Science

Johny T. Abraham
S. K. Shukla
A. K. Singh

Critical Human Resource Issues: Scientists Under Pressure

Wendy S. Becker
W. Mark Dale

Meetings and Conferences Transparent Transparent

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