Forensic application of gas chromatography-differential mobility spectrometry with two-way classification of ignitable liquids from fire debris.

@article{Lu2007ForensicAO,
  title={Forensic application of gas chromatography-differential mobility spectrometry with two-way classification of ignitable liquids from fire debris.},
  author={Yao Lu and Peter de Boves Harrington},
  journal={Analytical chemistry},
  year={2007},
  volume={79 17},
  pages={
          6752-9
        }
}
With respect to the emerging role of forensic science for arson investigation, a low cost and promising onsite detection method for ignitable liquids is desirable. Gas chromatography-differential mobility spectrometry (GC-DMS) was investigated as a tool for analysis of ignitable liquids from fire debris. Headspace solid-phase microextraction (SPME) was applied as the preconcentration and sampling method. The combined information afforded by gas chromatography and differential mobility… CONTINUE READING
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