Then the growing demands for molders to trace material
and verify their process made it incumbent on suppliers to be able to prove what material was being processed at which machine.
If you were to put together a list of those whom you would consider experts in forensic science, it would probably consist of the forensic scientists analysing trace material
for criminal justice, possibly the police officers who request certain types of analyses in order to assist with their enquiries and maybe even the politicians and legal representatives involved in deciding whether to institutionalise national DNA registers.
They also recovered "trace material
" from a plastic bag.
And Prism QTMS automated shop floor data capture is being used to track and trace material
usage throughout the manufacturing process.
can take such forms as textile fibers from clothing, hairs from different body areas, and chips of nail polish.
But the effectiveness of a hand-held trace detector relies on the lifting off of trace material
easily and the operator wiping the exact spot where the trace is located.
All you know is when that tiny amount of trace material
got in there.
forensic scientists are primarily concerned with examining contact trace material
which will offer potential evidence to link a suspect with the scene of a crime, the victim or the weapon.
Another dilemma may be that although the human genome is essentially stable during any particular statistical sampling period, measurable trace material
populations may change at least as fast, if not sometimes faster, than they can reasonably be sampled.
The integrity and significance of trace material
as associative evidence relies on proper detection, collection, and preservation.