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  • Chem Sci Trans., 2015, 4(3),  pp 668-671  

    DOI:10.7598/cst2015.1047

    Research Article

    ICP and Bullet Damage Analysis on Sheet-Metal and Wooden Boards

  • NATTAPONTANGTAWEE1,2, THEERAYUTMANEERUANGRIT1 and WEERACHAIPHUTDHAWONG1*
  • 1Forensic Science Program, Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Liberal Arts and Science, Kasetsart University, KamphaengSaen Campus, KamphaengSaen, NakhonPathom, 73140, Thailand 2The Department of Special Investigation (DSI), Ministry of Justice, 128, Laksi, Bangkok, 10210, Thailand
  • Abstract

    The relationship between the distance of the gun and intended target using surface damage analysis have been studied. The sheet-metal and wooden boards were used as a target. The concentrations of Pb in Gunshot residues (GSR) were analyzed using Inductively coupled plasma (ICP). The analysis can be very useful in forensic science.

    Keywords

    Surface damage analysis, GSR, ICP, Gunshot

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