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Light Shed on Thallium Poisoning Cold Case by Mass Spectrometry

News   Dec 14, 2018 | Original Story from the University of Maryland College of Computer, Mathematical and Natural Sciences.

 
Light Shed on Thallium Poisoning Cold Case by Mass Spectrometry

Hair samples from the victim are mounted on slides for analysis by mass spectrometry. Credit: Faye Levine.

 
 
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