chapter 14 review

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Matt, Laura, Rebecca, Thomas, Jason, Mark, Daniel Group 1 Chapter Summary Chapter 14 Conduction- Something that transfers heat. Metals make great conductors of heat. Convection - transfer of heat energy by movement of molecules within a liquid or gas Radiation- The process which heat travels through. Streamers- Something used to spread fire such as kerosene. Sniffer- Sensitive portable vapor detector. Used to find vapors soaked into the crime scene. When investigating a crime scene that includes a fire it is always a good idea to take a sample of the area where fire was started and freeze it. so it becomes timeless evidence. When investigating a fire you should start by locating the origin of the fire. If it was accidental then it could be something along the lines of a faulty furnace. If it was on purpose you might find gasoline and a lighter Two to three quarts of soot should be collected at the origin of the fire when arson is suspected. The specimens should be immediately packed in airtight containers so that residues are not lost
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