Organic vs. Inorganic
May 18 , 2012
The world that we live in is made up of organic and inorganic materials. The thing is known which is when you are confronted with a list of objects. This is the reason in this paper I intend to show the difference between organic and inorganic organisms. The definition of organic which means, of or pertaining to an organ; or the organs of an animal, plant, or fungus. It can also pertain to a class of chemical compounds that formerly comprised only those existing in or derived from plants or animals, but that now include all other compounds of carbon. This is the first thing that we need to understand. The fact that organic compounds contain carbon and are also combined with nitrogen, bromine, hydrogen. Sulfur, and chlorine and that the majority of the compounds found and tested in crime scene labs are going to be organic. The organic trace evidence that is found at crime scenes is going to be fluids. Fluids that can be left at a crime scene would be things like sweat, saliva, blood, and even semen. With any of these things as evidence, many things can be studied and conclusions made from their make up. We are able to find out if the suspect is human or animal for starters. That is generally going to be the first thing that has to be determined with any testing that is done. Then with the use of DNA testing we are able to determine the rather or not the person is male or female as well as who they are. With additional research we are then able to find out if they are in any of the databases and if they have any priors that we should be aware of. When there is blood left at a crime scene then the officers are able to find out if there is more than one victim and as well as if there was a struggle or multiple killers. Blood splatter can tell us so many things from a crime scene such as, "Was the person lying down or...
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