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Unformatted text preview: . 3 Chemistry vs Forensic Science Forensic Science ± Forensic science is the application of the natural sciences to matters of the law—Henry Lee, 1983. ± Forensic science is the application of science to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system—Richard Saferstein, 1998. Analytical Chemistry vs Forensic Chemistry ± Analytical Chemistry: ± Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis ± Forensic Chemistry: ± Not only qualitative and quantitative analysis ± Classification of samples ± Possible origin of the samples ± Comparison between samples Course Objectives -± Crime Scene Chemistry (Criminalitics) ± Latent fingerprint development ± Drug screening ± Blood, semen testing ± Serial number restoration ± GSR (gunshot residues) test ± Alcohol test ± Crime Lab Chemistry (Analytical Chemistry) ± Drug, trace, fire debris, gun shot residues…....
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- Spring '09
- Chemistry, forensic chemistry