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Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology
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Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology generally concerns the detection and characterization of poisons or toxins exhibiting adverse physiological effects. Laboratory methods used in chemical toxicological analysis cover a wide range and may be broadly classified as follows: (1) physical tests (2) crystal tests (3) chemical spot tests (4) spectrophotometric tests (5) chromatographic tests.
Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology Links
DRUG-RECOGNITION-L is a restricted email list. It is open to Certified Drug Recognition Experts. The list is intended to be a place for DRE's to discuss evaluations, current drug trends, drug symptomology, and anything else that would be of interest to the DRE. If you are a DRE and want to join the list you can use the online form, or you can send an email message to LISTSERV@HOME.EASE.LSOFT.COM you do not need to put anything in the subject field, In the body of the message write " INFO DRUG-RECOGNITION-L " (without the quotes), you will receive a computer generated message that explains how to join.
tiaft-ml - The mailing list will allow subscribers to put inquiries on any toxicological subject, sharing it with all other members. Please note, mailing-list subscription is open to all, TIAFT members and not. To subscribe tiaft-ml all you need is your own electronic address and send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The applicants must include in the subject field the sentence new tiaft-ml and, in the document body, his full name, institution, country and a brief description of his/her field of interests. In few days, TIAFTnet will reply to you sending accurate instructions about the way to subscribe and participate. For non-TIAFT members, TIAFTnet Committee has the authority to refuse the application.
Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology Bibliography
The Forensic Science Resource Guide to a Criminal Fact Investigation: Toxicology and Forensic Chemistry
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