Fun with Blood Spatter

Blood Spatter Analysis and Crime Scene Detection

With direction from Dr. Clementz, following CHE 109 Forensic Chemistry lecture the students investigated experimentally during Halloween week, blood spatter analysis, using different heights, angles, and mathematical functions to determine the angle, speed, and direction of blood spatter. Using Forensic String methods, scaled models, and geometric dimensional analysis, students were able to locate critical areas of convergence to help determine the location and center of origin of where the crime occurred.

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Dr. Anthony G. Clementz
Forensic Chemistry CHE109
Thursday, October 29th, 2015
Autumn Quarter 2015
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