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Running Head: DISCUSSION 1 Discussion Student name Course name February 22, 2017
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DISCUSSION 2 Discussion 1. Different types of fibers. Fibers are generally of two types natural and synthetic. Natural fiber consists of cotton, material, silk and fleece and synthetic fiber consists of polyester, rayon, and nylon. Fibers are strings or yarns made to create different materials. Ordinarily, they are sewn or woven into textures; in any case, items, for example, paper and fiberglass are additionally made of strands. Natural fibers originated from plant or creature sources. Synthetic fibers originated from synthetic procedures and chemicals. Various synthetic fibers originated from conventional sources. [Rau16] One of the every now and again utilized strategies to recognize a suspect is called fiber investigation. When attire from a suspect and casualty come in physical contact with a wrongdoing scene, there is a plausibility for filaments to be traded. Fiber exchange relies on upon the kind of garments worn by the suspect and casualty. Inexactly woven textures tend to shed increasingly that firmly woven ones and harmed textures tend to drop more than whole ones. Fibers are a valuable bit of physical proof, fiber exchange amid a wrongdoing is never correct. For instance, the time span that physical contact happens between the suspect and casualty can impact fiber exchange. Furthermore, the versatility of the casualty or suspect will change to what extent filaments can adhere to a bit of dress or other proof. Scientific researchers have different techniques accessible for examining strands recouped at a wrongdoing scene. The most widely recognized technology utilizes a magnifying lens to look at longitudinal and cross-sectional specimens of the strands.[JEM04]
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DISCUSSION 3 2. Qualitative and Quantitative analysis.
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