Rajinder Singh
Punjabi University
Identification (biology)Complexometric titrationNuclear chemistryForensic scienceSurgeryCreepChemometricsExponential functionArtificial intelligenceFourier transform infrared spectroscopyPattern recognitionChemistryMaterials scienceSample (material)Principal component analysisEsophagusAtr ftir spectroscopyFtir atrSpectroscopyMathematicsChromatographyAttenuated total reflectionGeneral surgeryLinear discriminant analysisMedicineBiology
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#1Rito Chophi (Punjabi University)H-Index: 6
#2Sweety Sharma (Punjabi University)H-Index: 7
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Trace nail polish evidence recovered in forensic investigations can serve as important corroborative evidence and assist in crime reconstruction, especially in cases related to physical and...
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#1Sweety Sharma (Punjabi University)H-Index: 7
#2Rito Chophi (Punjabi University)H-Index: 6
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The most important task in a criminal investigation is to detect and identify the recovered biological stains beyond reasonable scientific doubt and preserve the sample for further DNA analysis. In...
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#1Rito Chophi (Punjabi University)H-Index: 6
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Last. Rajinder Singh (Punjabi University)H-Index: 9
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Vermilion (sindoor) is considered sacred in the Hindu religion, and it is used routinely throughout the world by married Hindu women along the line of hair parting during marriage ceremonies, religious rituals, and festivals. Owing to its esthetic appeal, it is sometimes illegally used as a food additive; leading to potential health risks. Therefore, due to the aforementioned reasons, vermilion can likely be encountered as trace evidentiary material during crime investigations, particularly in c...
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#1Sweety Sharma (Punjabi University)H-Index: 7
#2Rajinder Singh (Punjabi University)H-Index: 9
The analysis of body fluids is of utmost importance in forensic casework since many biological fluids contain DNA. The ATR FT-IR spectroscopy is an emerging approach for the confirmatory, rapid, facile, non-destructive, and on-site identification and differentiation of body fluid stains. Notwithstanding the ATR FT-IR spectroscopy is showing a colossal promise towards the identification of body fluids, and further forensic enquiry related to substrate's interference is still in its infancy stage....
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