Forensic Chemistry can be described as the practice of applying our expertise to solve crimes in the field of chemistry. There are many approaches we can adapt from chemistry to help overcome problems in a crime scene. Some examples of forensic chemistry applications include Spectroscopy techniques that are used to test substance purity. The detection and separation methods used to identify illicit drugs and medicines.
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