Nano Focus : Gold nanoparticles tailored to visualize fingerprints in reverse

Stender, Anthony S.
June 2013
MRS Bulletin;Jun2013, Vol. 38 Issue 6, p438
Trade Publication
The article focuses on visualization of fingerprints in reverse by gold nanoparticles. In current method of development of fingerprint images, the amount of residue left is important for the quality of print. In latest technique, the chemical method enhances the area of paper which is left uncovered by sebaceous material.


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