Mineral characteristics SW application of mineral phase characteristics for origin identification



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project VI20192022148 - Complex instrumental protocol for the characterization of selected mineral phases with a link to specific geographic origin

The application is designed for laboratories within the Forensic Service Police of the Czech Republic, cooperating institutions and partners in international cooperation.

Ministerstvo vnitra,
Policie České republiky,
Kriminalistický ústav,
p.schr. 62/KUP, Strojnická 27, 170 89 Praha 7
IČO: 00007064 DIČ: CZ00007064
web: http://www.policie.cz/kriminalisticky-ustav-praha.aspx email: ku@pcr.cz
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