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Knowledge gained from this procedure is limited to colored spots that are correlated to a calculated retardation factor (R).
The ability to distinguish different inks can be quite useful for several reasons.
Document alteration (e.g., at a date later than indicated) by writing with a pen of similar color but different dye composition is one specific example when ink differentiation is crucial in criminal cases.
Colorants are compounds that give ink the desired color and can include any or all of the following chemical classifications: pigments and/or acidic, basic, azoic, direct, disperse, reactive, and solvent dyes.
Colorants are often the focus of ink analysis because of their light-absorption and emission properties that can be detected by various analytical methods.
Because of the small volume necessary for analysis, the remaining solution could be further processed using current law enforcement procedures for confirmation.