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Publication Date: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Meloan, Clifton E., James, Richard E., Saferstein, Richard
Acknowledgments Experiment 1 The Metric System Experiment 2 Practice in Making Laboratory Measurements Experiment 3 Density of Glass Fragments Experiment 4 Practice in the Use of the Microscope Experiment 5 Refractive Index (RI) of Glass Fragments Experiment 6 Density of Glass by Flotation and Density Gradient Columns Experiment 7 Soil Analysis Experiment 8 Powder Residues on Fabrics Experiment 9 Blood Identification and Typing Experiment 10 Typing of Dried Bloodstains (Advanced) Experiment 11 Fingerprinting Experiment 12 Fingerprinting (Advanced) Experiment 13 Comparison of Tool Marks and Casting Experiment 14 Reproducing Bite Marks Experiment 15 Restoring Serial Numbers on Metals Experiment 16 Restoring Bloody Shoe Prints Experiment 17 Examination of Hair and Textile Fibers by Microscopy Experiment 18 Identification of Textile Fibers (Advanced) Experiment 19 A Qualitative Test for Marijuana Experiment 20 Drug Analysis-Spot Tests for General Classes Experiment 21 Identification of Drugs and Poisons by Infrared Spectroscopy (Advanced) Experiment 22 Salicylates in Blood by Visible Spectroscopy Experiment 23 Salicylates in Blood by Fluorometry (Advanced) Experiment 24 Quinine in Urine by Fluorometry (Advanced) Experiment 25 Breath Alcohol by the Breathalyzer and Intoxilyzer Experiment 26 Analysis of Blood Alcohol by Gas Chromatography Using a Thermal Conductivity Detector Experiment 27 Analysis of Blood Alcohol by Gas-Liquid Chromatography Using a Flame Ionization Detector (Advanced) Experiment 28 Analysis of Ink by Paper Chromatography Experiment 29 Separation of Ink Dyes Using Thin Layer Chromatography Experiment 30 Seminal Stains by Human Prostatic Acid Phosphatase Experiment 31 Arson Detection-The Recovery of Flammable Liquids Experiment 32 Spot Tests for Explosives and Explosive Residues Experiment 33 Metal Residues on Hands from Guns, Knives, and other Metal Weapons Experiment 34 The Emission Spectrum of Elements Experiment 35 Heavy Metal Poisons by Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (Advanced) Experiment 36 Determination of Blood Spatter Angles of Impact Experiment 37 Determining the Origin of Blood Spatters Experiment 38 Electrophoretic Analysis of Blood for Human Origin (Advanced) Experiment 39 Nuclear DNA Extraction Experiment 40 DNA Fingerprinting I Experiment 41 PCR Amplification of DNA for Fingerprinting Experiment 42 The Comparison Microscope Experiment 43 Burglaries and Murders-The Final ExamMeloan, Clifton E. is the author of 'Criminalistics Lab Manual', published 2006 under ISBN 9780132216579 and ISBN 0132216574.
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