bone char

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Noun1.bone char - black substance containing char in the form of carbonized bone; used as a black pigment
char - a charred substance
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But, using the 3D scanning technology which provides image resolution down to 17,000th of a millimetre, the researchers were able to show a perfect jigsaw fit between the charred bone and a severed limb found in one of the suitcases.
The remains of just one of the 43 students has been identified from a charred bone fragment.
Using futuristic 3D scanning technology, developed through a pioneering project with Warwick University, experts were able to show a perfect jigsaw fit between the charred bone and a severed limb found in the suitcase.
Police used futuristic 3D scanning technology - developed through a pioneering project with the university - to show a perfect jigsaw fit between a charred bone found in a garden and a limb found in the suitcase.
Workmen had discovered part of a stake and some bits of charred bone there, in what had once been part of the town ditch.
Prosecutors have said the students were killed and incinerated at a garbage dump, and their charred bone fragments dumped in a river.
Using the technology - developed through a pioneering project with Warwick University - experts were able to show a perfect jigsaw fit between charred bone and a severed limb in the suitcase.