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This is a two part test to determine whether a surface has been exposed to a discharged firearm. A rapid color change takes place to verify the presence of nitrates and lead in this gun shot residue test kit. Each kit contains instructions and enough ...
Test for the presence of blood on materials using phenolphthalein. The Presumptive Blood test will not distinguish between animal and human blood. Further serology tests are needed for this type of blood distinction. Included in the Presumptive Blood ...
The Forensic Chemistry of Document Analysis kit sets up the following crime to solve:
The school library’s computers have been stolen. Left behind was a ransom note demanding money. Help solve the crime using thin-layer chromatography ...
Often times, during a criminal investigation, police and crime scene investigators must use all available tools and pieces of evidence to work backwards and create the most likely scenario as to what might have occured. Different types of evidence provide ...
Often times, when collecting evidence at a crime scene, investigators may recover substances they are unable to identify in the field. Along with evidence such as fingerprints, hair, fibers, etc., there may be traces of unknown chemicals or powders left ...
Discover how forensic scientists use hair to assist in solving crimes. You will discover the differences between human and animal hair as well as differences among different types of human hair with this Forensic Chemistry of Hair analysis kit. In the ...
Blood typing is a method of classifying blood based on the presence or absence of specific proteins, called antigens, on the surface of red blood cells. Blood type, an inherited characteristic, is valuable to know in that it affects medical procedures ...
The Chemiluminescence in Bl sets up this crime scene scenario:
Crime scene investigators are called to the scene of a possible violent crime. They examine the scene for evidence, such as fingerprints, hair, fibers, etc. After collecting ...
The Forensic Chemistry of Drug Detection sets up the following scenario:
Everyone who ate the school cafeteria’s chili became ill. Could someone have tainted the chili? You are a forensic toxicologist. It is you and your classmates’ task ...
The Forensic Chemistry of Who Done it? Lab sets up the following scenario:
Use your forensic techniques to solve the crime of the missing frogs from the biology classroom. Four possible suspects have been identified by authorities. Use fingerprints ...
Learn to identify and classify differnt types of fingerprints. Students will learn how to identify different types of fingerprints and distinguishing characteristics, as well as dusting for fingerprints, the oldest and most commonly used method of fingerprint ...
Utilize alternative methods for detecting fingerprints. Examine some possible methods of gathering evidence when dusting for fingerprints is not effective. Learn to identify fingerprint types, a method of fuming for fingerprints, and a technique of chemically ...
jThough the use of blood type in forensic investigations is not enough to prove guilt, it may aid in exonerating a potential suspect. In this activity, students act as lab technicians and assist investigators by examining evidence collected at a crime ...
The forensic science kit opens up the world of forensics science. As the lead investigators, your class will be exposed to many aspects of a forensic laboratory. Students will be called upon to solve a murder mystery using a combination of forensic ...
With Detective's Casebook your students will hone their forensics skills by solving a unique "crime scenario" designed by their classmates! Topics covered by the Detective's Casebook include: Impression Analysis - using casting materials such ...