Forensic applications of isotope ratio mass spectrometry--a review.

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The key role of a forensic scientist is to assist in determining whether a crime has been committed, and if so, assist in the identification of the offender. Many people hold the belief that a particular item can be conclusively linked to a specific person, place or object. Unfortunately, this is often not achievable in forensic science. In performing their… (More)

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@article{Benson2006ForensicAO, title={Forensic applications of isotope ratio mass spectrometry--a review.}, author={Sarah J Benson and Chris Lennard and Philip Maynard and Claude Roux}, journal={Forensic science international}, year={2006}, volume={157 1}, pages={1-22} }