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Poison,Contaminant,Drug and Abuse

Poison,Contaminant,Drug and Abuse - ETX 10 Poisons...

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ETX 10 Poisons, Contamination, Drugs of Abuse Robert H. Rice Department of Environmental Toxicology
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Topics in Forensics Crime scene analysis Trace evidence - fibers, glass, impressions (marks, tracks) Firearms - revolvers, automatic weapons, shotguns Fire and arson Accident reconstruction Failure analysis Sexual assault Forensic pathology Personal identification - serology, fingerprints, retinal scans DNA evidence - missing persons, cold hits, poaching, pet snatching, human ethnic origin, adulteration Poisons Environmental contamination Drugs of abuse Clandestine labs
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ETX Major Preparatory Toxicology Biology Principles (101) Calculus Environmental chemistry (102A) Chemistry Biological effects (103A) General Labs Organic Quantitative analysis (102B) Biochemistry Biological effects (103B) Physics Legal aspects (138) Statistics Electives Other Majors : Biochemistry, Biological Science , Chemistry, Engineering, Genetics, Physics, etc.
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Intentional Poisoning* Advantages Gender Silent Male 46% Precise targeting Female 39% Depersonalized Unknown 16% Safe for attacker Profile Background Caucasian Public 71% Male Physician 8% Average or above intelligence Political 4% Underachiever Nurse 4% Personality defect Other 5% Cowardly, nonconfrontational Unknown 9% Nonathletic Neat and orderly, meticulous Careful planner *Source: Criminal Poisoning (2000) Loner J. H. Trestrail, Humana Press
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