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Across 2. A forensic tool used to identify the chemical makeup of substances used in the commission  of crimes. 5. The internal and external examination of a body after death. 6. The diameter of the bore of a rifled firearm, usually expressed in hundredths of an inch or in  millimeters. 11. Also known as a "Polygraph," a machine that charts how respiration and other bodily  functions change as questions are asked of the person being tested. 12. The study of the motion of bullets and their examination for distinctive characteristics  after being fired. 13. Material deposited at a crime or accident scene that can only be detected through a  deliberate processing procedure. 17. The process of testing to identify DNA patterns or types.  In forensic science this testing 
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