FOR 130 - Methods in Trace AnalysisSemester Hours: 4
Methods in trace analysis is an advanced course in forensic microscopy. It is an integrated laboratory-lecture course that provides students with advanced knowledge in polarized light microscopy theory, as well as in the use of the Grim III, and advanced microspectrometric techniques (FTIR, Raman, UV-Vis, X-ray fluorescence, X-ray diffraction) for the examination, identification, individualization and comparison of trace evidential materials. Topics include trace evidence instrumentation theory and practice, advanced polarized light microscopy theory and micro-techniques.
CHEM 124 , 125 , 145 ; FOR 120 . No liberal arts credit. Lab fee additional.
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