Forensic chemistry is that the examination of non-biological trace proof found at crime scenes to spot unknown materials and match samples to better-known substances. During a new research scientist from the department of chemistry at Louisiana State University (LSU) began to use optical device technology. This optical device ablation technique will capture molecules contained among a finger-mark, together with lipids, proteins, genetic material which may be more analysed. forensic chemists use a large form of analyzation strategies, like chromatography, spectroscopic analysis and spectrum analysis.
- Track 1-1 Ballistic Fingerprinting
- Track 2-2 Pattern analysis of Bloodstain
- Track 3-3 Fingerprint Analysis
- Track 4-4 Forensic Arts and Data Analysis
- Track 5-5 Forensic Toxicology