5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Why do secondary explosives often need a primer?
- List three examples of low level explosives
- kastle meyer test
- what is the main difference between a handgun and a shot gun t
- latent fingerprint t
- a a hand gun is not rifled; shot gun bullets spread out.
- b because they typically only burn when lit in small quantities and do not explode
- c Black Powder, Smokeless Powder and Chlorate Mixtures
- d blood mixed with hydrogen peroxide and a reagent that will cause the blood to turn pink.
- e a fingerprint made by oil and/or sweat
5 Multiple choice questions
- they rearrange themselves
- a. latent prints may not make ahit on AFIS due to poor quality of the print
b. AFIS do not communicate together
- a chemical reagent used to develop latent fingerprints on porous materials by reacting with amino acids in sweat.
- To detonate other explosives (primers)
- the fingerprint run 1 to 2 mm beneath the skin surface
5 True/False questions
What type of fuel is arson fire typically derived from? → Petroleum based
caliber t → size of a shotgun
antibody → ability or potential to do work
deoxyribonucleic → a verbal description of a perpetrator's physical characteristic and dress provided by a eyewitness.
Briefly describe convection t → rapid oxidation reaction in whcih a supersonic pressure wave is generated.