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Forensic Chemistry, 2nd Edition





85.79€ 72.84€
Desconto -15 %
ISBN - 9781292020440
Autor(es) - Suzanne Bell
Editora - Pearson
Ano de Edição - 2013
N º de Páginas - 612


Description

Written specifically for the undergraduate course in Forensic Chemistry, Bell’s Forensic Chemistry, Second Edition provides a solid foundation for basic chemistry, introducing chemical concepts and practices from a forensic perspective (including multivariate statistics, quality assurance/quality control, and protocols used in working forensic laboratories). It offers students insight into the legal context in which forensic chemistry is conducted, the variety of types of samples and matrices, and extensive use of instrumentation they will likely encounter in the lab and future professions.


Table of Contents

Chapter 1- Introduction and Overview- Chemistry and the Law
1.1 What is Forensic Chemistry?
1.2 Precedent in Chemistry and the Law
1.3 Key Forensic and Legal Concepts
1.4 The Flow of a Forensic Analysis
1.5 The Forensic Mind-Set
1.6 Forensic Chemistry Today
1.7 Becoming and Being a Forensic Professional

PART 1- METROLOGY

Chapter 2- Foundations
2.1 Metrology and Measurement
2.2 Significant Figures, Rounding, and Uncertainty
2.3 Fundamental Statistics
2.4 Error, Accuracy, and Precision
2.5 Hypothesis Testing

Chapter 3- Quality Assurance and Quality Control
3.1 Quality Assurance and Quality Control
3.2 Quality Control Procedures
3.3 Quality Control and Calibration

Chapter 4- Reporting Defensible Uncertainty and Obtaining Representative Samples
4.1 Uncertainty
4.2 Sampling and Sampling Plans

PART 2- CHEMICAL FOUNDATIONS

Chapter 5- Chemical Fundamentals: Partitioning, Equilibria, and Acid/ Base Chemistry
5.1 General Considerations
5.2 An Introductory Example
5.3 The Special K’s
5.4 Partitioning
5.5 Partitioning with a Solid Phase
5.6 Extension of Partitioning: Thin-Layer Chromatography

Chapter 6- Instrumentation
6.1 Microscopes and Chemical Microscopy
6.2 Spectroscopy
6.3 Mass Spectroscopy
6.4 Elemental Analysis
6.5 Microspectrophotometry
6.6 Electrophoretic Instrumentation

PART 3- DRUGS AND POISON

Chapter 7- Drugs as Physical Evidence: Seized Drugs and Their Analysis
7.1 What is a Drug?
7.2 Classification and Categories
7.3 Drugs as Evidence
7.4 Analysis of Seized Drugs

Chapter 8- Forensic Drug Analysis II: Selected Drug Classes
8.1 Acidic and Neutral Drugs
8.2 Basic Drugs

Chapter 9- Drugs in the Body
9.1 Introduction
9.2 ADME
9.3 Compartment Models
9.4 Absorption
9.5 Metabolism
9.6 Elimination
9.7 An Integrated Approach
9.8 Dosage Considerations
9.9 How Drugs Work

Chapter 10- Forensic Toxicology
10.1 Sample Types
10.2 Categories of Forensic Toxicology
10.3 Analytical Methods

PART 4 COMBUSTION EVIDENCE

Chapter 11- The Chemistry of Combustion and Arson
11.1 The Combustion Continuum
11.2 Aspects of Combustion
11.3 Flames and Fires
11.4 Arson and Fire Investigation

Chapter 12- Explosives
12.1 Explosions, Detonations, and Explosives
12.2 Explosive Power
12.3 Forensic Analysis of Explosives

Chapter 13- Firearms and Associated Chemical Evidence
13.1 How Guns Work
13.2 Primers and Propellants
13.3 Forensic Chemical Analysis of Firearms Evidence
13.4 Serial Number Restoration

PART 5 MATERIALS

Chapter 14- The Chemistry of Colors and Colorants
14.1 Color: A Quantitative View
14.2 Colorants
14.3 Application of Colorants: Inks
14.4 Applications of Colorants: Mechanical and Computer Printing
14.5 Applications of Colorants: Paint

Chapter 15- The Chemistry of Polymers
15.1 Polymers
15.2 Biopolymers: Polysaccharides
15.3 Synthetic Polymers

Chapter 16- Forensic Analysis of Inks and Paints
16.1 Analytical Methods
16.2 Aging and Dating

Appendix 1- Alphabetical Glossary of Terms
Appendix 2- Abbreviations
Appendix 3- Solvent Properties for SPE and HPLC
Appendix 4- Key Organic Chemistry Terms and Reactions
Appendix 5- Thermodynamic Quantities
Appendix 6- Apothecary and Other Units in Forensic Chemistry
Appendix 7- Characteristic Infrared Group Frequencies
Appendix 8- Reagents for Color Test Reagents
Appendix 9- Tables for Statistical Testing

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