Current affiliation: University of Abertay DundeeSubject: Materials SciencePrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:The AnalystPublication date:2014-01-01
Published in:Diamond and Related MaterialsPublication date:2010-07-01
Published in:Diamond and Related MaterialsPublication date:2011-07-01
Diamond-like carbon is a thin film that improves the properties of devices such as drill bits and biomedical implants to reduce friction or improve...
Published in:Diamond and Related MaterialsPublication date:2008-07-01
Published in:WearPublication date:2009-06-01
Published in:Microelectronic EngineeringPublication date:2005-06-01
Published in:Diamond and Related MaterialsPublication date:2001-03-01
Published in:Phys. Rev. BPublication date:2001-03-05
Published in:Journal of Physics D Applied PhysicsPublication date:2005-04-02
Published in:Journal of Non-Crystalline SolidsPublication date:2002-04-01
Published in:Diamond and Related MaterialsPublication date:2003-02-01
Published in:Science & JusticePublication date:2010-09-01
Published in:Surface and Interface AnalysisPublication date:2010-05-01
Published in:Materials TodayPublication date:2011-11-01
A short summary showing how interactions down to the nanoscale (one billionth of a metre) can affect the visible development of fingerprints. Highl...
Published in:Science & JusticePublication date:2013-03-01
Few fingerprint development techniques enable investigators to identify whether a fingerprint was deposited on the paper before or after printing w...
Published in:Journal of Forensic SciencesPublication date:2013-07-03
Everyday plastic materials (milk bottles to light switches) contain pigments to control the colour. These affect the development of fingerprints i...
Published in:Journal of Physics Conference SeriesPublication date:2008-08-01
Published in:Journal of Forensic SciencesPublication date:2011-11-10
NANOSCALE INTERACTION OF VMD AND CA
Published in:Analytical ChemistryPublication date:2012-10-16
This work compares different chemical analysis techniques to assess the composition of fingerprints. This helps explain the behaviour of the print...
Published in:Forensic Science InternationalPublication date:2008-05-01
Published in:Surface and Coatings TechnologyPublication date:2014-09-01
Diamond-like carbon (DLC) is a thin film that can be deposited on to a biomedical or industrial product to improve its performance, usually to impr...
Published in:Journal of Forensic SciencesPublication date:2009-03-01
Gun shot residue (GSR) can be a useful forensic evidence, the presence of GSR can confirm the use of firearms. Additional intelligence might be ga...
Published in:Surface and Interface AnalysisPublication date:2012-02-07
Substrate and chamber effects on PECVD-produced DLC
Published in:Forensic Science InternationalPublication date:2011-01-01
Published in:Engineering & TechnologyPublication date:2010-06-19
Discusses the links between universities and industry. Case studies in science, engineering and technology, show where cross-sector collaboration ...
Published in:Journal of the European Ceramic SocietyPublication date:2010-01-01
Published in:e-Journal of Surface Science and NanotechnologyPublication date:2009-01-01
Published in:Journal of Physics Conference SeriesPublication date:2016-10-01
Diamond-like carbon is a thin layer applied to biomedical or industrial devices to improve properties such as wear resistance, friction, and biocom...
Published in:Forensic Science InternationalPublication date:2017-03-01
Fingerprints deposited on surfaces are a complex mixture of water, fats and salts. Our work shows that over a period of up to 2 months as thin la...