Marvels of Artificial and Computational Intelligence in Life Sciences

Morphological and Structural Characterizations of Strontium in Strontium Sulphate as a Perceptive Factor in the Computational Method for the Forensic Analysis of Tool Paint by Non-destructive Analytical Studies

Author(s): B. Sithi Asma, A. Palanimurugan, A. Cyril and S. Thangadurai *

Pp: 215-227 (13)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815136807123010018

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


The morphological and structural characterization of strontium in strontium sulphate in forensic analysis is highlighted in this chapter. Strontium sulphate is a polymeric compound with structural similarities to barium sulphate. The best tool for forensic applications is the SEM's non-destructive microscopic inquiry, which has been utilized as a reference technique to support the study. This study further demonstrated that the main screening of samples using the XRD does not require any special sample preparation. Crystallite size and miller plane for specific peak values are computed using computational data and statistical techniques to obtain accuracy in the forensic investigation. In comparison to previous descriptions of X-rays as tool paintings in forensic analysis, this paper is the one that receives the most citations. A thorough study of these tool coatings might effectively connect an optimistic presumption to particular crime scene locations. 

Keywords: Computational data, Crime scene, Forensic analysis, Paint analysis, SEM, XRD.

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