Fingermark Development

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Revision questions about the development of fingermarks in forensic science.

  • 1
    What is always the first "Treatment" used in examination of fingerprints?
  • 2
    What does the abbreviation C.N.A stand for?
  • 3
    What does BY40 stand for?

  • 4
    What is BY40 used for?
  • 5
    What does DFO stand for?
  • 6
    What does DFO react with to produce fingermarks?

  • 7
    What light source is needed to cause DFO treated fingermarks to fluoresce?
  • 8
    What can be used to speed up development time of DFO treated fingermarks?
  • 9
    What surfaces are best suited for DFO treatmetn?
  • 10
    What is the chemical formula for diazafluoren-9-one?

  • 11
    What surfaces can be treated with Ninhydrin?
  • 12
    Ninhydrin can be used after which other treatment to maximise fingermark development?
  • 13
    What does Ninhydrin react with to produce visible fingermarks?
  • 14
    What can speed up development of Ninhydrin treated fingermarks?
  • 15
    What is the chemical formula for Ninhydrin?
  • 16
    What does 1,2-Indanedione react with to develop fingermarks?

  • 17
    How is 1,2-Indanedione applied?
  • 18
    What type of light source is needed to cause 1,2-indanedione to fluoresce?
  • 19
    What is the chemical formula for 1,2-Indanedione?
  • 20
    What surfaces can be treated with 1,2-Indanedione?

  • 21
    What does physical developer react with?
  • 22
    What surfaces can wet wop be used on?
  • 23
    What is acid yellow primarily used for?
  • 24
    What light source is needed to produce visible marks that have been treated with acid yellow?
  • 25
    What does silver nitrate react with?
  • 26
    What does iodine fumes react with?

  • 27
    What surfaces can be treated with physical developer?

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