General Forensic & Physical Evidence

Forensic Sciences Institutions (CFSLs, SFSLs, GEQD, CFPB, NFSU)

Part 1: Famous Forensic Institutions NFSU Campus Here is the list of campuses with their total departments (last updated on Feb 2024). Learn More.-> Department (1): Pune, Guwahati and Manipur-> Department (2): Goa, Tripura, and Bhopal-> Department (3): Dharwad and Uganda-> Department (6): Delhi-> Department (16): Gujarat Part 2: CFSLs under DFSS (Details of CFSLs) Part 3: State FSLs State City […]

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Soil as Evidence: How Soil Helps in Solving Crime and Forensic Significance

Soil as Evidence How Soil Helps in Solving Crime and Forensic Significance

Forensic pedology or soil forensics is a branch of forensic science that focuses on analyzing soil as trace evidence in criminal investigations. It involves studying soil properties, including texture, color, and chemical composition, to connect suspects, victims, or objects to specific locations. In addition, analyzing soil layers can aid in pinpointing crime sites, burial sites,

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Forensic Fiber Analysis and Chemical Tests With Case Studies

Forensic Fiber Analysis and Chemical Tests With Case Studies

Fibers are a valuable type of evidence in solving cases. They can be used to identify suspects, victims, and location of crimes. The steps involved in processing fiber evidence include recovery, identification, comparison, and evaluation. In all, one of the essential aspects of forensic analysis is the examination of fibers found at crime scenes. Chemical

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47 Branches of Forensic Science: Disciplines and Division With Evidence and Case Types

Branches of Forensic Science Disciplines and Division With Evidence and Case Types

Forensics is a vast field of science. There are numerous types of evidence encountered daily. These evidences requires special care to extract evidentiary information that can be used during a case’s trial. This needs special analysis of different types of evidence and is the reason why there are so many branches of forensic sciences. It

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Mortar and Concrete Analysis: Forensic Aspects & Chemical Tests

Mortar and Concrete Analysis ans sampling

While dealing with forensic evidence related to structural failure or to know the reason behind it, cement, mortar, and concrete analysis is performed. In Forensic Mortar and Concrete Analysis, chemical tests such as the percentage of cement in a mortar, EDTA titration test is done for mortar analysis, while for concrete analysis silica test, chlorine

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Adulteration of Cement: Test, Chemical & Instrumental Analysis

adulteration of cement

Forensic analysis of cement is majorly performed when there is a possibility of adulteration in cement samples. In analysis, one of the key steps is to identify which type of adulterant is used with cement. So, in general terms, it is defined as: Adulteration of cement is characterized as the addition of extra components to

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