To Identify the Security Features of New Indian Currency Notes Under Different Light Sources

Authors

  • Bhavesh Mali Student, Department of Forensic Science, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Sudhanshi Sharma Assistant Professor, Department of Forensic Science, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Chanchal Gokhale Assistant Professor, Department of Forensic Science, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India
  • Ashutosh Tripathi Professor & HoD, Institute of Sciences, Sage University, Indore, India

Keywords:

authentic, bleed lines, decimalized, forge, intaglio print, motifs, oblique, Omron features, optical variable ink, resilient, ultraviolet light

Abstract

Indian Currency Notes (INR) are forged many a times, but there are so many features present inside the notes itself, which can be detected under different light sources such as visible light, transmitted light, oblique light, Reflected light and ultraviolet light. By examining the different Indian Currency Notes under different light we will be getting different security features in different form in the notes. By using this light technique, we not only examine the security features of INR, also of different currencies of different countries. Here we will be discussing the security features of only INR under different light sources.

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Published

23-09-2021

How to Cite

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B. Mali, S. Sharma, C. Gokhale, and A. Tripathi, “To Identify the Security Features of New Indian Currency Notes Under Different Light Sources”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 9, pp. 127–131, Sep. 2021.

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