- dermal nitrate test
- An obsolete and unreliable test to determine if a person has fired a firearm. The test consists of treating paraffin casts taken of a person’s hands with diphenylamine which is a reagent that reacts positively with most oxidizing agents.
Forensic science glossary. John C. Brenner . 2012.
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