Cocaine contamination of United States paper currency.


The exchange of illicit cocaine for money by drug dealers is an everyday occurrence in cities in the United States. There is ample opportunity during the exchange, storage, and use of cocaine for paper currency to become contaminated. Because currency is exchanged frequently, it is likely that contaminated currency would be found in common use. We examined… (More)


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@article{Oyler1996CocaineCO, title={Cocaine contamination of United States paper currency.}, author={Jonathan M Oyler and William D Darwin and Edward J. Cone}, journal={Journal of analytical toxicology}, year={1996}, volume={20 4}, pages={213-6} }