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Figure 3: Narcotics Casework Capacity vs. Performance Pressure
Figure 1: Schematic diagram of an X-Ray Powder Diffractometer (image provided by PANalytical B. V. Reprinted with permission).
Figure 4: X-Ray Diffractograms of (a) Unblended Cotton (b) Cotton-Nylon Blend (Cotton-Rich) and (c) Unblended Nylon
Figure 7: X-Ray Diffractograms of Various Brands of Lipstick on Glass Slides: (a) Blue Heaven (b) Lakme (c) Arche (d) Avon (e) Personi and (f) Yarker
Figure 1: Histogram of the Bootstrap Distribution of 1000 Resampled Means
Figure 9: X-Ray Diffractograms of (a) an Unstained Cloth Piece (b) a Control Lipstick Stain on a Glass Slide and (c) a Lipstick Stain on a Cloth Piece
Figure 5: X-Ray Diffractograms of (a and b) White Cotton Cloth Samples of Two Different Brands and (c) Brown Cotton Cloth Sample
Figure 4: Capacity vs. Outsourcing
Figure 2: Normal Quantile Plot for the Bootstrapped Value Estimations
Figure 5: Performance Pressure vs. Outsourcing
Research and Technology - Forensic Science Communications - April 2007
Figure 8: X-Ray Diffractograms of (a) a Simulated Lipstick Stain on a Cloth Piece and (b) a Control Lipstick Stain on a Glass Slide
Figure 1: DNA Casework Capacity vs. Performance Pressure
Research and Technology - Forensic Science Communications - April 2007
Figure 3: X-Ray Diffractograms of (a) Unblended Cotton; (b) 58% Cotton, 42% Polyester; (c) 33% Cotton, 67% Polyester; and (d) Unblended Polyester
Figure 2: Toxicology and Questioned Document Casework Capacity vs. Performance Pressure
Figure 2: X-Ray Diffractograms of Textile Fabrics (a) Wool (b) Cotton (c) Polyester and (d) Nylon
Research and Technology - Forensic Science Communications - April 2007
Figure 6: X-Ray Diffractograms of (a) Crime Scene and (b) Control Fabric Pieces