Studies regarding the aging and dating of ball point inks, using different techniques and approaches, were carried out by R.
Hofer (2004); Jurgen, Hans, and Anton (2008); Andrasko (2002); Lociciro, Dujourdy, Mazzella, and Lock (2004); Celine, Dieter, Cesar, and Bernhard (2006).
Examination of ink using hyperspectral comparator (HSC) is a non-destructive process and has repeatable methods.
With the application of this latest technology, the present work, with its innovative approach, will be able to answer: Hyperspectral Imaging in Forensic Document Examination Magdalena, Jaun, Gongora, Itxaso, and Rosa (2010) reviewed the different analytical methods that had been used in the field of forensics in dating inks from different modern writing instruments.
By Nato Locktongbam Central Forensic Science Laboratory, Directorate of Forensic Science Services, Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, Kolkata Dr. In order to address these challenges, an attempt was made to study the rate of diffusion of inks at different time intervals using hyperspectral imaging.