Forensic analysis of explosives using isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS) - Part 2: Forensic inter-laboratory trial: Bulk carbon and nitrogen stable isotopes in a range of chemical compounds (Australia and New Zealand)
Comparability of data over time and between laboratories is a key issue for consideration in the development of global databases, and more broadly for quality assurance in general. One mechanism that can be utilized for evaluating traceability is an inter-laboratory trial. This paper addresses an inter-laboratory trial conducted across a number of Australian and New Zealand isotope ratio mass spectrometry (IRMS) laboratories. The main objective of this trial was to determine whether IRMS...[Show more]
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