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Lecture: Trace Evidence. To collect trace evidence, investigators need to know where to look and have the right tools. Types of Trace Evidence 1. Hair 2. Fibers (Natural vs. Synthetic) 3. Paint 4. Glass 5. Soil.

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Lecture trace evidence

Lecture: Trace Evidence


To collect trace evidence investigators need to know where to look and have the right tools

To collect trace evidence, investigators need to know where to look and have the right tools.


Types of trace evidence 1 hair 2 fibers natural vs synthetic 3 paint 4 glass 5 soil

Types of Trace Evidence1. Hair2. Fibers (Natural vs. Synthetic)3. Paint4. Glass 5. Soil


Lecture trace evidence

Fibers (Natural vs. Synthetic)Natural Fibers come from animals and plants such as wool and cotton.Synthetic Fibers are man-made and under a microscope they have a uniformed shape.


Lecture trace evidence

Glass, soil, and paint are made from various combinations and concentrations of substances. These various concentrations can determine the origin of the material.


Chromatography is a method used by investigators to separate mixtures

Chromatography is a method used by investigators to separate mixtures.


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