I'm pretty sure it precipitates with all the calcium and magnesium salts, and reacts with ammonium salts to form NH3Hi guys, does anyone have the results for reacting powders with NaOH? It's not on the wiki, and we don't have the resources to run the tests ourselves.
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I see the first one more often I thinkWhat is the percentage distribution for fingerprints? Some test keys say 70% loops, 25% whorls, and 5% arches while others say 65% loops, 30% whorls, and 5% arches.
10% - 1.07 g/cm^3Does anyone have the density values for different NaCl solutions? The only one I could find was 10%, and according to the wiki, 25% and saturated are often available for density tests.
Look for peaks at molar masses of known important components of certain components that substances can separate into when shot through the mass spectrometer (i.e. water, methane, benzene (?), etc)Does anyone have any idea how to identify a substance given a random mass spec graph? There are just so many possibilities and I am stumped.
Ento in Forensics is mainly used to determine the amount of time that has elapsed between the death of the body and when it was found, which is then calculated via knowledge of the life cycle of the insect that was found on the body. As for stages of death, AsapSCIENCE explains it pretty well here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55j-nVwHa_cI'm not sure if this has been discussed at all on previous pages, but can anybody explain to me, or perhaps direct me in the right direction to find quality information about entomology involved in forensics as well as stages of death? Thanks.
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