Extraction of capsaicins in aerosol defense sprays from fabrics.

@article{Spicer2005ExtractionOC,
  title={Extraction of capsaicins in aerosol defense sprays from fabrics.},
  author={Oliver Spicer and Jos{\'e} R. Almirall},
  journal={Talanta},
  year={2005},
  volume={67 2},
  pages={
          377-82
        }
}
The use of aerosol defense sprays has increased as a means of self-defense and as a weapon in the commission of a crime. The residue of these sprays is often left behind as physical evidence on a victim's clothing or personal belongings. As the popularity of self-defense weaponry increases, so does the likelihood that it will be encountered in forensic casework. The extraction, recovery from fabrics, and identification of residue from defense sprays is described. The commonly used extraction… CONTINUE READING
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