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FSC 440- Week 3

by: Chelsey Smith

FSC 440- Week 3 FSC 440

Chelsey Smith
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These notes cover LSD including it's structure, history, effects, withdrawal symptoms, production, and distribution of the drug.
Drug Identification
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forensics, Science, drug, identification, LSD, Organic Chemistry
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Chelsey Smith on Friday September 9, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to FSC 440 at University of Southern Mississippi taught by Nesser in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 15 views. For similar materials see Drug Identification in Forensic Science at University of Southern Mississippi.


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Date Created: 09/09/16
FSC 340­ Fingerprinting September 6, 2016 Fingerprint Classification  Visual pattern classification is 80% accurate Loop Pattern  Looks like “a roller coaster” “U” “horse shoe”  These lines come up, makes a turn around and goes back the same direction that they came in­ they run parallel   Ridge flow is examined from top to bottom of a print o Right Slope Loop­ ridges flow to right Right Slope Loop o Left Slope Loop­ ridges flow to left Fingerprint Numerical Classification  Right thumb­ 1  Left thumb­ 6  Right pointer finger­ 2  Left pointer finger­ 7  Left middle finger­ 8  Right middle finger­ 3  Right ring finger­ 4  Left ring finger­ 9  Right little finger­ 5  Left little finger­ 10 Radial Loop­ ridge flow moves towards the radius bone (closer to thumb) Ulnar Loop­ ridge flow moves towards the ulnar bone (closer to pinkie)  Whorl Pattern  Looks like a “spiral” “circle” “hurricane”  Central Pocket Whorl­ circle pattern is centralized and confined to one small area  Plain Whorl­ large circle pattern  Double Loop Whorl­ “yin yang” pattern­ a big circular pattern consisting of two loops  Accidental Whorl­ catch all category­ consists of multiple patterns Arch Pattern  Ridge flow enters and exits on different sides Plain Arch­ lines are not parallel­ smooth flow­ up and over motion Tented Arch­ lines are not parallel­ more drastic flow­ up and over motion­ 3 types of tented arches September 8, 2016 ­Began class with quiz on radial and ulnar loop patterns  ­Ulnar loops denoted with slash indicating ridge flow ­Radial loops denoted with little r nd th ­Radial loops in the 2  and 7  positions are denoted with a capital R (shows relationship) Class Fingerprint Pattern Ratio Class Size:44 Arch Loop Whorl Actual number 23 107 310 Percent 5.2% 24.3% 70%


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