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Sensitive gas chromatographic determination of cyanide.
Postmortem stability of benzodiazepines in blood and tissues.
The stability of benzodiazepines in blood and tissues was examined in this study. Specifically, diazepam, chlordiazepoxide, flurazepam, and their desalkyl metabolites were studied over several… Expand
The effects of storage conditions on the stability of carbon monoxide in postmortem blood.
The stability of carbon monoxide (CO) in blood was studied under various conditions of storage using both spectrophotometric and gas chromatographic-flame ionization detector (GC-FID) methods of… Expand
Gas chromatographic analysis of lidocaine in blood and tissues.
A rapid, sensitive, and specific gas chromatographic assay for lidocaine in plasma and blood is reported. The procedure involves a single step extraction of the drug and internal standard, and… Expand
Cocaine and Benzoylecgonine Determinations in Postmortem Samples by Gas Chromatography
A method Is presented for simultaneous gas chromatographic determinations of cocaine end benzoylecgonlne in biological fluids and tissues, The method involves an extraction cleanup and elkylation of… Expand
A tetrachloroethylene fatality.
- B. Levine, M. Fierro, S. W. Goza, J. Valentour
- Environmental Science, Medicine
- Journal of forensic sciences
This case report concerns a fatal exposure to tetrachloroethylene at a dry cleaning establishment. A sensitive analytical method was developed and the distribution of the chemical in various fluids… Expand
Solvent suppression of the decomposition of phenobarbital during on-column methylation with trimethylanilinium hydroxide.
Gas-liquid chromatographic (GLC) analysis of phenobarbital by on-column methylation with trimethylanilinium hydroxide gives rise to a major decomposition product, N-methyl-2-phenylbutyramide, in… Expand
Liquid chromatographic analysis of thiopental in blood and tissues.
A liquid chromatographic method for the quantitation of thiopental in blood and tissues is presented. Quantitation in blood utilizes a single step dichloromethane extraction at pH 5.5. After mixing… Expand
Fluorometric determination of propoxyphene.
We report a sensitive fluorometric method of analysis of propoxyphene in biological materials. 4-Chloro-7-nitrobenzo-2,1,3-oxadiazole is reacted with propoxyphene to produce highly fluorescent… Expand
Postmortem stability of barbiturates in blood and tissues.
The stability of five commonly prescribed barbiturates and thiopental in blood and liver at room temperature and at 4 degrees C was studied. Gas chromatography was used for oxybarbiturate analysis… Expand