Narcotics Detection Articles

  • Golden Gate ATR wizard | Spectroscopy Guides

    The Golden Gate ATR is an industry-leading FTIR spectrometer accessory. Click on the various buttons to explore the different ATR solutions provided for with  the Golden Gate variations. Feel free to request pricing for a no-obligation estimate from one of our specialists. Golden Gate Standard: GS10500 The world's most ...


    By Specac Limited

  • Are you an end-user? Collaborate on your research

    Are you working in a field that uses, or holds potential to use, our spectroscopic accessories, polarizers, heated platens, hydraulic pressing equipment, or anything else we produce? ...


    By Specac Limited

  • Legal high, cocaine and ketamine application note | Spectroscopy Solutions

    Our Education Business Partnership collaboration with Mia Abbott and Staffordshire University has yielded a new application note on the confirmatory testing of the legal high mephedrone along with illegal drugs ketamine and cocaine and other cutting agents. Read the application note to see the actual results ...


    By Specac Limited

  • Legal high detection and the Quest ATR | Spectroscopy Solutions

    Narcotic and legal high detection using FTIR spectroscopy is an established technique. We have an application note on the analysis of cocaine and cannabis using the Quest ATR spectrometer accessory and even an older application note on  ...


    By Specac Limited

  • A fugacity‐based toxicokinetic model for narcotic organic chemicals in fish

    A novel dynamic fugacity‐based model is described, developed, and tested that simulates the uptake of narcotic organic chemicals in fish from water as occurs in aquatic bioconcentration and toxicity tests. The physiologically‐based toxicokinetic (PBTK) model treats the time‐course of chemical distribution in 4 compartments (tissue groups) in the fish including the liver in which ...


    By John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

  • Analysis of Opioids Using Isotope Dilution with GCMS-TQ8030 GC/MS/MS

    Development of methods for analysis of drugs of abuse has become a high priority for both forensic toxicology and law enforcement. The large numbers of individual drugs and new "designer drugs" has made method development for these compounds a significant undertaking. Gas chromatography mass spectrometry (GCMS) has been used extensively for analysis of drug residues and trace-level drugs in ...

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