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Progress in Chemical Toxicology, Volume 4 covers the capabilities of paper and thin-layer chromatography to separate closely resembling drugs and some of their metabolites. The book discusses the use of interfering compounds and artifacts in the identification of drugs in autopsy material; paper and thin layer chromatographic techniques for separation and identification of barbiturates and related hypnotics; and the forensic chemical detection of digitalis glycosides. The text also describes the applications of atomic absorption spectrometry to trace metal analyses of toxicological materials; and the toxicology of insecticides, rodenticides, herbicides, and phytopharmaceutical compounds. The combined action of drugs with toxicological implications is also considered. Chemists, toxicologists, biochemists, and forensics will find the book invaluable.
Contents of Other Volumes
Interfering Compounds and Artifacts in the Identification of Drugs in Autopsy Material
II. Origin and Occurrence of Interfering Compounds
III. Interfering Compounds (a) Extractable by Organic Solvents from Aqueous Acid Solution
IV. Interfering Substances (c) Extractable by Organic Solvents from Aqueous Solution at pH 9
V. Interfering Compounds (b) Extractable by Organic Solvents from Aqueous, Strongly Alkaline Solution
VI. Incidence of Interfering Endogenous Compounds
Paper and Thin Layer Chromatographic Techniques for Separation and Identification of Barbiturates and Related Hypnotics
II. Facing the Problem
III. Isolation and Preliminary Tests
IV. Paper Chromatography
V. Thin Layer Chromatography
Forensic Chemical Detection of Digitalis Glycosides
II. Isolation and Identification Techniques for Digitalis Glycosides
III. Detection and Determination of Digitalis Glycosides
Applications of Atomic Absorption Spectrometry to Trace Metal Analyses of Toxicological Materials
II. Instrumentation for Atomic Absorption
III. General Atomic Absorption Procedures
IV. Specific Applications to Toxicological Analyses
Toxicology of Insecticides, Rodenticides, Herbicides, and Phytopharmaceutical Compounds
II. Insecticides and Insect Repellents
V. Phytopharmaceutical Compounds
Combined Action of Drugs with Toxicological Implications—Part II
II. Increased Duration of Combined Drug Action
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- © Academic Press 1969
- 1st January 1967
- Academic Press
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