Improvements to separation and detection for forensic analysis of illicit substances
Lewis, S., Agg, Kent, Anastos, N. and Barnett, Neil 2005, Improvements to separation and detection for forensic analysis of illicit substances, Canadian journal of police and security services, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 17-25.
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This article gives an overview of our recent research into separation and detection of analytes of forensic interest. This work has been carried out in collaboration with local forensic service providers and is based on our previous studies of chemiluminescence detection, flow analysis and capillary electrophoresis as applied to process analytical chemistry for the pharmaceutical industry. Chemiluminescence has the potential to provide low limits of detection in combination with high selectivity, while capillary electrophoresis allows for rapid, highly efficient separations. Examples of recent forensic applications are presented and future directions are discussed.
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