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The luminol test is capable of detecting bloodstains diluted up to: (Points : 5) a.100,000 times b.30,000 times c.3,000 times d.300 times
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User: The luminol test is capable of detecting bloodstains diluted up to: (Points : 5) a.100,000 times b.30,000 times c.3,000 times d.300 times

Weegy: The luminol test is capable of detecting bloodstains diluted up to 300,000 times. T he recovery and detection of possible blood stains at the crime scene can make or break a case, especially with the advent of and perfection of DNA testing. [ When a crime scene is cleaned up, this technology becomes even more important. Over the past two years we have conducted a study of Luminol and a new chemical BlueStar? Forensic this research delves into the specifics of each chemical, its makeup, use and results of the chemical testing on various blood stains of various dilutions to determine the sensitivity of each chemical. ]
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