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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Karl Landsteiner, Alphonse Bertillon, Petrographic Microscope

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Laws are always being changed to decrease the crime rate. Forensic science applies the knowledge of technology of science to the definition and enforce
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Digital Imaging, Digital Image, Alphonse Bertillon

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Fingerprints are a production of friction skin ridges found on the palm side of the fingers and thumb. The basic principles underlying the use of finge
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Synthetic Fiber, Petroleum Product, Eye Protection

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Every crime scene has to be treated on an individual basis, having its own peculiar history, crimunstances, and problems. Present in a form that sugges
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Blood Residue, Satin, 100 Feet

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The angle at which a blood droplet struck a surface. The location or position of a victim at the time a bloody wound was inflicted. The movement of a b
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Anabolic Steroid, Oxycodone, Butanone

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A drug is a natural or synthetic substance that is used to produce physiological or psychological effects in humans or other animals. Physical dependen
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Rifling, Firing Pin, Comparison Microscope

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The manufacture of a gun barrel requires impressing its inner surface with spiral grooves, a step known as rifling . Rifling imparts spin to the projec
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Forensic Science, Hair Follicle, Nylon

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The hair shaft is composed of three layers called the cuticle , cortex , and. Medulla and is the part of a hair most intensely examined by the forensic
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Forensic Science, Pyrolysis, Spectrophotometry

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Paint spread onto a surface dries into a hard film that is best described as consisting of pigments and additives suspended in a binder. Questioned and
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Code Division Multiple Access, Local Area Network, Cryogenic Dark Matter Search

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The traditional method of modulating radio signals so that they can carry information. Communication channel that can provide higher-speed data communi
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Secure Hash Algorithms, Hard Disk Drive, Central Processing Unit

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The physical components of a computer; case, keyboard, monitor, motherboard, ram, hdd, mouse, and so on; generally speaking, if it is a computer compon
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Forensic Palynology, Product Rule, Buccal Swab

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Two methods used by forensic scientists when examining physical evidence are identification and comparison. Identification is the process of determinin
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FRSC 1011H Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ethanol, Toxicology, Nystagmus

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Forensic toxicologists detect and identify drugs and poisons in body fluids, tissues, and organs in situations that involve violations of criminal law.
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