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Tracer may refer to:
- Histochemical tracer, a substance used for tracing purposes in histochemistry, the study of the composition of cells and tissues
- Isotopic tracer, a substance with an isotope that has been enriched to a greater level than that found in nature
- Radioactive tracer, a substance containing a radioisotope that is used for tracking purposes
- Flow tracer, any fluid property used to track fluid motion:
- Fluorescent tracer, a substance such as 2-NBDG containing a fluorophore that is used for tracking purposes
- TRACER (cosmic ray detector) (Transition Radiation Array for Cosmic Energetic Radiation), a balloon-borne cosmic ray detector
- Tracers, tracer ammunition, special bullets that burn brightly to enable the shooter to follow the bullets' trajectories
- TRACER (Tactical Reconnaissance and Counter Concealment Enabled Radar) is a mid-range, long wavelength synthetic aperture radar system developed by the United States Army.
- Grumman E-1 Tracer, a carrier-borne early warning aircraft used by the United States Navy in the 1960s.
- Tracer, the same as inker
- Tracer (DC Comics), a DC Comics character
- Tracer (Marvel Comics), a Marvel Comics supervillain
- Tracer (Transformers), a fictional character
Film and TV
- "Tracers" by Trans-Siberian Orchestra Composed by Al Pitrelli from Night Castle 2009
- "Tracers" by Ash (band) Composed by Tim Wheeler from A-Z, Vol.1 2010
- "Tracers" by Miracle Fortress Composed by Graham Van Pelt from Was I the Wave? 2011
- Tracer (Overwatch), a character from the video game Overwatch
- All pages beginning with "Tracer"
- All pages with titles containing Tracer
- Trace (disambiguation)
- Tracing (disambiguation)
- Tracker (disambiguation)
- Tracer Bullet (disambiguation)
- Traceur, a male parkour practitioner
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