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- Author(s)Michelle D. Miranda
- PublisherApple Academic Press Inc.
- Date of Publication10/09/2015
- GenreSocial Issues, Services & Welfare
- Place of PublicationOakville
- Country of PublicationCanada
- ImprintApple Academic Press Inc.
- Content Note284 black & white illustrations, 59 black & white tables
- Weight771 g
- Width156 mm
- Height235 mm
- Table Of ContentsTATTOOING HISTORY Tattoos and Tattooing Terminology and Technique Tattoo Prevalence and Interpretation Tattoos and Tattooing in Criminology and Criminal Investigations Tattoos and Criminological Theories Tattoos and Forensic Investigations Identification and Individualization Tattoos and Criminal Investigations Tattoos in the Courtroom Tattoos and Scientific Inquiry Tattoo Modification, Removal, and Detection The Anatomy of Human Skin Tattoo Pigments and Human Tissue Detection of Pigments in Tattooed Skin Visualization of Tattoos Tattoo Removal Methods Thermal Cautery and Laser Tattoo Removal TATTOO INKS AND PIGMENTS: HISTORY AND CHEMISTRY General Components of Tattoo Inks Liquid Composition of Tattoo Inks Pigment Composition of Tattoo Inks Homemade Tattoo Inks Professional Tattoo Inks The Chemistry of Tattoo Inks from Ancient to Modern Times Black Tattooing Pigments Red Tattooing Pigments Orange Tattooing Pigments Yellow Tattooing Pigments Green Tattooing Pigments Blue Tattooing Pigments Purple Tattooing Pigments White Tattooing Pigments Brown Tattooing Pigments Modern Tattooing Pigments The Transition from Natural to Synthetic Pigments in Tattoo Inks Additional Studies and Reports on Tattoo Ink Composition The Liquid Composition of Modern Tattoo Inks Additional Studies of Modern Tattoo Inks and Pigments MODERN TATTOO INKS Alternate Sources of Tattoos and Tattoo Inks Pigments for Medicinal Purposes Pigments for Cosmetic Purposes Pigments Used in Art and Manufacturing Writing Inks Modern Organic Pigments The Chemical Analysis of Modern Tattoo Inks: Microscopy Iron Works Brasil Tattoo Inks Skin Candy Tattoo Inks Flying Tigers Tattoo Inks The Chemical Analysis of Modern Tattoo Inks: Spectroscopy X-Ray Fluorescence: Theory and Practice UV-Vis Spectrometry: Theory and Practice Infrared Spectrometry: Theory and Practice Raman Spectroscopy: Theory and Practice SERS: Theory and Practice Instrument Calibration, Method Development, and Standard Practices Spectroscopic Analysis of Tattoo Inks Chemistry and UV-Vis Spectroscopy Tattoos in Tissue The Chemical Analysis of Modern Tattoo Inks: Spectroscopy Results: Pigment Standards Results: Tattoo Inks Results: Pigskin FURTHER STUDIES AND CONCLUSIONS Current Status and Future Work Scientific Inquiries Legislation and Regulation Concerning Tattooing
- Author BiographyMichelle Miranda holds a PhD in criminal justice with a forensic science concentration and an MPhil in criminal justice from The CUNY Graduate Center. Dr. Miranda is a diplomate with the American Board of Criminalistics and a member of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. She worked as a criminalist in the Trace Evidence Section of the NYPD crime lab, and as both a medical photographer and a death investigator for regional medical examiner's offices in New York State. She is an adjunct assistant professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice and is currently employed as an assistant professor in the Department of Security Systems and Law Enforcement Technology at Farmingdale State College (SUNY).
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