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In this activity, learners examine fingerprints. Learners leave a hidden print on a surface and then make their own print detecting powder from graphite (found in pencils).
In this crime science activity (on page 2 of the PDF), learners will explore the uniqueness of fingerprints. The will learn components of fingerprints as well as why fingerprints are left behind.
Learners are given mysterious white powders and have to determine their identity with chemical tests.
Learners mix a solution containing luminol and copper with a fake blood solution. A chemical reaction between the luminol solution and fake blood (hydrogen peroxide) show learners a blue glow.
In this activity, learners perform a simulated blood test procedure.
Learners use filter paper and water to analyze six different markers. They mark the paper with ink, and dip the paper in water. The water travels up the paper and dissolved ink travels with it.