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PHYSICAL APPEARANCE OF ILLICIT AMPHETAMINEMETHAMPHETAMINE
THE ANALYSIS OF MATERIALS CONTAINING AMPHETAMINEMETHAMPHETAMINE
B Presumptive tests
C Thin layer chromatography
D Gas liquid chromatography
E High performance liquid chromatography
F Infrared spectroscopy
G Analysis of optical isomers
H Analysis of amphetaminemethamphetamine impurities
acetonitrile acid amine ammonia amphetamine and methamphetamine amphetamine or methamphetamine amphetamine sulphate Analytical Chemistry Aqueous solutions composite cutting agents derivatization Diethylamine Division of Narcotic dl-amphetamine dosage forms dosage units drop ephedrine ethylacetate extraction column forensic analyst Forensic Sciences free bases Gas liquid chromatography higher integer HPLC HPLC grade ILLICIT AMPHETAMINE/METHAMPHETAMINE Illicit origin Infrared injection insoluble internal standard isomers of amphetamine licit preparations liquid-liquid extraction manual material methanol methylene chloride mg per ml Microcrystal test mixture ml in methanol ml per minute Mobile phase Multiple containers Narcotic Drugs narcotic laboratories Ninhydrin nitrostyrene NUJOL number of dosage number of packages number of units optical isomers phosphate plate pm diameter powder procedure quantitative racemate Randomly select reaction screen select a number Single container sodium soluble soluble soluble solvent spectra square root SYSTEM Tablets and capsules testing reagent Thin layer chromatography total number trifluoroacetic anhydride Volatilizing reagent
Page v - Kofi A. Annan United Nations Office at Geneva: Palais des Nations, 1211 Geneva 10, Switzerland Director-General: Antoine Blanca United Nations Office at Vienna: Vienna International Centre, PO Box 500, A-1400, Vienna, Austria Director-General: Giorgio Giacomelli Washington, DC, Office: UN Information Centre, Suite 400, 1775 K Street NW., Washington, DC 20006. Phone, 202-3318670. Fax, 202-331-9191 Director...
Page iv - Requirements vary, for example, as a result of local trends in samples encountered, facilities available, and the standard of proof acceptable in the prosecution system within which the analyst works. The more complex methods are needed only for certain forensic requirements, such as comparison of samples or for source determination. In order to establish the identity of any controlled drug, it is suggested that the criteria should be at least two independent analytical parameters. The selection...
Page iv - The manual may also serve as a guide to national authorities in assessing existing methods used within their own government and university laboratories. This manual is one in a series of similar publications dealing with the identification and analysis of various groups of drugs under international control; it was...