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Federal Forensic Associates, Inc.

Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy is a molecular spectroscopy which is used to characterize both organic and inorganic evidence.  Its uses range from differentiation of toner samples, which indicates the use of multiple xerographic machines, to the detection of specific inorganic components in paper or pencil, which would aid in the determination of common origin.

Capabilities

  • Transmitted and Reflected FTIR
  • Identification of Functional Groups

Specification

  • Spatial Resolution: 1 micron
  • LASER: Class II HeNe
  • Data output to printer or ASCII format

Specimen Considerations

  • Opaque and transparent solids
  • Powders or liquids

Accessories

  • KBr press and die
  • Liquid cell
  • Wig-L-Bug
  • Software for searches on CD-ROM

Contact Federal Forensic Associates FFA@InkDating.com