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Journal of Forensic Science and Research, Volume 5, pp 037-040; https://doi.org/10.29328/journal.jfsr.1001025

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The impression of frictional ridges of the finger is known as fingerprints. Owing to this uniqueness, the fingerprints have long been used to identify a person since Ancient times. In any crime scene the presence of fingerprint makes the identification of the Culprit very easy. The fingerprints can also easily be embedded on any item such as paper, Clothing and body of the victim. To utilize this uniqueness of fingerprints forensic experts devised many techniques to obtain a clear fingerprint. These come under two categories i.e. Conventional and modern methods. The conventional methods are although important but there are limitations of them. Just take the example of powder method. Powder method require different powders for different Surfaces and colors, but modern method like quantum dots method can easily detect Fingerprints on all surfaces regardless of their color giving great resolution in seconds. Other methods like physical developer method is very time consuming and expensive, carbon Black method creates mess and does not work on porous surface, iodine fuming and Naphthaloflavin does have an advantage that it can bring up prints on skin also but it does not Work on metallic surfaces. VMD also fails on heavy plastic polymers and body oils. But some modern methods like nanotechnology can obtain high resolution prints old and dried prints also within 3 minutes. Laser technology is very fast, accurate and can be used for Fingerprints up toten years old also on any surface without any mess. Multimetal deposition Method can even be used to identify smokers and drug addicts and can be used Porous, non-porous and wet surfaces.
Haluk Ünal
Journal of Financial Services Research, Volume 33, pp 1-3; https://doi.org/10.1007/s10693-007-0024-1

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Naomi R. Goldenberg
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 21, pp 126-128; https://doi.org/10.1353/jfs.2005.0025

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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 21.2 (2005) 126-128
Renate Jost
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 21, pp 130-133; https://doi.org/10.1353/jfs.2005.0027

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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 21.2 (2005) 130-133
Emilie Maureen Townes
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 21, pp 106-114; https://doi.org/10.1353/jfs.2005.0039

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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 21.2 (2005) 106-114
Judith Plaskow
Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, Volume 21, pp 103-106; https://doi.org/10.1353/jfs.2005.0034

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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 21.2 (2005) 103-106
J. David Cummins, Neil A. Doherty
Journal of Financial Services Research, Volume 21, pp 5-14; https://doi.org/10.1023/a:1014366800354

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