incidental accelerants


incidental accelerants
   Flammable or combustible liquids which are usual and incidental to an area where they are detected. Gasoline is incidental to an area where gasoline-powered appliances are kept. Kerosene is incidental to an area where a kerosene heater is kept. Flammable liquids may also comprise a part of a product such as insecticide, furniture polish, or paint. Additionally, certain asphalt-containing building materials may yield detectable quantities of fuel oil components.

Forensic science glossary. . 2012.

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