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JOB DESCRIPTION: Chromatography is a branch of chemistry. It involves separating out different compounds. A forensic chromatographer analyses physical crime scene evidence. This may involve collecting it from the crime scene. They then study it in a lab. Their findings are very useful in helping to solve a crime.
Examples of the things a forensic chromatographer might do are testing blood samples for toxic components such as poisons, analysing urine samples, testing water samples for pollution and paper chromatography.
Archer John Porter Martin
Richard Laurence Millington Synge