The area of Trace Evidence Analysis includes several different types of analyses. Trace Evidence is generally defined as microscopic evidence that is better analyzed when it is magnified before it is forensically analyzed as physical evidence. Even though most of the sections in Trace Evidence would generally fall under that definition, there are other sections that are part of Trace Evidence that require a broader definition to thoroughly explain the scientific analysis that occur in the specific section.
For this reason, each one of the specific sections that are a part of Trace Evidence Analysis will be explained in detail through its own audio. By doing this you will get the maximum opportunity to understand all of the scientific theories and practical applications that are associated with each section and not become confused on how the whole area of Trace Evidence Analysis encompasses each one of the individual sections that will be discussed.
Whether it is Paint Analysis that is done on chips of paint from a hit and run crime scene or Arson Analysis where an accelerant was used to start a fire to destroy physical evidence, these audios will provide a variety of information that will be explained in a way that will allow you to grasp the scientific concepts of each section separately.
Trace Evidence Analysis consists of: