Analysis of Addictive and Misused Drugs
John A. Adamovics
CRC Press, Oct 20, 1994 - Science - 800 pages
Examines the chromatographic and nonchromatographic methods available to identify, measure, and screen for nonmedical drug use, highlighting the latest technologies in immunochemical analysis, biosensors, thinlayer gas chromatography, high-performance liquid chromatography, and capillary electrophoresis. A comprehensive alphabetic listing of over 400 controlled-use drugs is provided.
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