Inherent Fingerprint Luminescence - Detection By Laser

@inproceedings{Dalrymple1977InherentFL,
  title={Inherent Fingerprint Luminescence - Detection By Laser},
  author={Brian E. Dalrymple and James M. Duff and E. Roland Menzel},
  booktitle={Other Conferences},
  year={1977}
}
The currently used methods of fingerprint detection may be classified into two categories: those which are dependent on the adherence of inert materials to fingerprint residues (powder methods), and those which rely on chemical interaction of a detection reagent with specific components of the latent print (for example, ninhydrin method). Both classes, in fact all conventional fingerprint detection methods, require a chemical or physical treatment of the exhibit under examination. 

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