Forensic Chemistry

Forensic chemistry is the application of chemistry and its subfield, forensic toxicology, in a legal setting.

Forensic chemists use their knowledge to help law enforcement by analyzing trace evidence found at crime scenes. This evidence can include fingerprints taken from the scene and compared with the prints of suspects; and urine and blood, which are analyzed for poisons and drugs.Forensic chemistry is that the application of chemistry and its subfield, rhetorical pharmacology, during a legal setting. A rhetorical chemist will assist within the identification of unknown materials found at a criminal offense scene.Specialists during this field have a large array of strategies and instruments to assist determine unknown substances. These embrace superior liquid natural process, gas chromatography-mass spectrum analysis, atomic absorption spectrometry, Fourier remodel infrared spectrometry, and skinny layer natural process. 

 

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