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  1. Indanedione IND is a fluorescent analog of ____________, reacts to ___________, used to process latent prints on ___________ and ___________ surfaces, results in _______ colored prints and are highly ________ when viewed with an ALS in the range of _____ to ______ nm.
    • Ninhydrin;
    • amino acids;
    • porous and semi-porous;
    • pink;
    • fluorescent;
    • 450-570 nm
  2. IND can be used after ________, and is typically followed by _____ and/or _______.
    • CA;
    • ORO or PD
  3. IND is applied to non-thermal paper by ______ and drying _____ times, placing in an environment with ___% humidity at ___ degrees C for _______ minutes---OR use a _________.
    • soaking;
    • 2;
    • 65%
    • 80
    • 10-20 minutes
    • steam iron
  4. IND is applied to THERMAL paper by ______ and drying two sheets of filter _____ times, placing the thermal paper between the two sheets of filter paper and placing them in a plastic bag, then the bag in an environment with ___ humidity at ___ degrees C for _______ minutes.
    • soaking;
    • 2;
    • NO;
    • 60 degress
    • 15 minutes
  5. DFO is a fluorescent analog of ____________, reacts to
    ___________, used to process latent prints on ___________ and ___________ surfaces, results in _______ colored prints and are ________ when viewed with an ALS in the range of _____ to ______ nm.
    • Ninhydrin;
    • amino acids;
    • porous and semi-porous;
    • pink;
    • fluorescent;
    • 450-570 nm
  6. DFO can be used after ________, can be followed by _____, but is more typically followed by _____ and/or _______.
    • CA (semi porous) or IND (porous)
    • Ninydrin;
    • ORO
    • PD
  7. DFO is applied by ______ and drying, placing in an environment with ___ humidity at ___ degrees C for _______ minutes---OR use a _________.
    • soaking;
    • NO;
    • 50-100 C
    • 10-20 minutes
    • DRY iron
  8. Ninhydrin reacts to ___________, used to process latent prints on ___________ and ___________ surfaces,
    results in _______ colored prints.
    • amino acids
    • porous and semiporous
    • pink/purple
  9. Ninhydrin is applied by ______ and drying, placing in an environment with ___% humidity at ___ degrees C---OR use a _________.
    • soaking;
    • 65%
    • 80
    • steam iron
  10. Oil Red O or ORO is a _____ dye stain; it produces a strong ______ color when prints are developed; it is most successfull on __________ items; most successful on samples that are less than ________ old.
    • lipid;
    • red;
    • paper;
    • one month
  11. ORO can follow ___, DFO, _________, and precede ________.
    • IND;
    • Ninhydrin;
    • PD
  12. The paper is covered with ORO in a glass dish or plastic bag and agitated for up to ____ minutes; then undergoes a post-wash in ______ _______ in a glass dish or plastic bag and agitated for _____ minutes. Rinse with distilled water and allow to dry on a paper towel.
    • 30;
    • carbonate buffer;
    • 5
  13. Physical Developer or PD reacts with _________ and tends to work better on older evidence. It produces _______ colored print results.
    • sebaceous components/lipids of latent print residue;
    • gray/silver
  14. PD requires pre-treatment of any heavily soiled item by soaking it in distilled water for _____ minutes or until stains have lightened; followed by a pre-wash in _________ _____ for approximately ___ to ____ minutes or until the bubbles stop; then soaked and aggitated in a glass dish until the prints develop; and sinced with _________ and allowed to dry on a paper towel.
    • 10;
    • maleic acid;
    • 5-10 minutes;
    • distilled water
  15. Silver nitrate is used to develop prints on _________ surfaces, especially on _______ and untreated __________. It reacts with ________ in latent print residue to form silver chloride when exposed to the sun is reduced to silver and forms ____ color prints. It ___________ be used used in any sequence with PD.
    • porous;
    • cardboard;
    • wood;
    • chloride (salt)
    • gray;
    • should NOT
  16. Cyanoacrylate ester or CA (superglue) is used to develop prints on _________ and ___________ surfaces. When heated, CA vaporizes and then polymerization is initiated by the presence of ________ ions in latent print residue and forms _________, resulting in ______ color prints.
    • semiporous
    • porous
    • lactate;
    • polycyanoacrylate;
    • white
  17. CA fuming can be accelerated by _______, __________ or _____________-.
    • heat;
    • humidity;
    • sodium hydroxide
  18. RAM (Rhodamine 6G, Ardtox, and MBD) is a __________ dye stain used to enhance _______ developed latent prints.
    • fluorescent
    • CA
  19. The solvents in RAM ______ the CA polymer and allow ______ of the stains without ______ the print.
    • soften;
    • penetration;
    • damaging
  20. RAM is applied by _____ or ________, allowed to dry, and then viewed with an ALS at _____ to ______ nm.
    • soaking or spraying;
    • 430-530 nm
  21. MRM-10 (R6G, Yellow 40, and MDB) is a __________ dye stain used to enhance _______ developed latent prints.
    • fluorescent;
    • CA
  22. MRM-10 is applied by _____ or ________, allowed to dry, and then viewed with an ALS at _____ to ______ nm.
    • soaking or spraying;
    • 430-530 nm
  23. MRM-10, RAM, and R6G should be applied before any _________.
    powders
  24. Rhodamine 6G or R6G ______ the CA polymer and allow ______ of the stains without ______ the print.
    • softens;
    • penetration;
    • damaging
  25. R6G fluoresces at ______ to ________ nm and is best suited for use with the ________________. It can be followed by _____ or ________ dye stains in needed.
    • 450-480 nm
    • Coherent Tracer laser
    • RAM or MRM-10
  26. Amido Black is a ________ stain used to enhance _________ prints. It will not react to the normal constiuents of latent print residue and may in fact _____ normal prints.
    • protein
    • blood
    • destroy
  27. _______ samples should be taken prior to treatment with Amido black. IT should be taken from areas of the print ____ to yield ridge detail.
    • DNA;
    • unlikely
  28. Amido black is applied by ____, _______, or _________ the surface and allowing it to remain on the surface for ________ seconds; then rinsing it with ___________. Repeat this process if necessary and then do a final rinse with _____ and allow to dry.
    • dipping;
    • rinsing;
    • pipetting;
    • 30 sec.;
    • glacial acetic/methanol wash;
    • distilled water
  29. Acid Yellow 7 is a ________ stain used to visualize _________ or _______ in blood.
    • protein;
    • fingerprints
    • footprints
  30. AY7 is a ___________________ reagent and when used with an ALS can improve the contrast to better visualize the print. It works best on _________ surfaces.
    • photo-luminescent;
    • non-porous
  31. AY7 consists of the ____ solution, the _____ solution, and the _____ solution.
    • fixing;
    • working;
    • wash
  32. AY7 is applied by _________ or applying a ________ cloth to the surface for _______ minutes; or allowing the FIXING solution to _________ on the surface for ___ minutes. The same process is then repeated with the __________ solution for 5-10 minutes.
    • soaking;
    • wetted/soaked;
    • 5 min.
    • run;
    • 5 min;
    • WORKING
  33. Evidence should be soaked and aggitated with the AY7 _________ solution after the Working Solution. It may require ____ of the ______ solution.
    • WASH;
    • 3-4 changes
    • WASH
  34. After processing with AY7, the evidence should be allowed to dry at __________ temperature. Then, it should be viewed with the ALS at __________ to ______ nm. AY7 will produce __________ colored prints when viewed with the ALS.
    • room;
    • 530-570 nm;
    • white-yellow
  35. Gentian violet is used to develop ridge detail on the ____ suface of tape. It stains the _______ material in latent print residue, and results in ________ colored prints.
    • adhesive;
    • sebaceous;
    • dark purple
  36. Small Particle Reagent (SPR) is a solution of molybdenum disulfide particles suspended in an aqueous solution, which adheres to the ______ in the latent print residue. It is used primarily on evidence surfaces that have been ____ or exposed to ______________. It also works well on ____ steel and ____________ surfaces.
    • fats or oils;
    • wet;
    • rain, fog, dew;
    • galvanized;
    • oxidized
  37. SPR is applied by _________ or ________, and then rinsed with _____ to remove excess SPR. Allow the evidence ot air dry. SPR prints should be _________ and then _________ for recovery.
    • spraying
    • dipping
    • water
    • photo'd
    • lifted
  38. Sticky Side Powder (SSP) and Wetwop are designed to develop prints on the ________ side of tape. They should be preceded by ____ for the non-sticky side.
    • adhesive;
    • CA
  39. For SSP, blend photo-floo 100 (or 50/50 of photo-flo 200 and water) with sticky-side powder to get the consistency of thin paint. __________ the solution onto the _________ side of tape and allow to set for ______ seconds, and then rinse with _______. Repeat if needed.
    • Brush;
    • adhesive;
    • 30-60
    • water

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