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Variations in the organic impurity profile in Leuckary synthesised amphetamine sulphate by the same chemist

NicDaeid, N. and Cresswell, S.L. and Dzukiflee, I. (2003) Variations in the organic impurity profile in Leuckary synthesised amphetamine sulphate by the same chemist. Forensic Science International, 136 (Supp. ). p. 89. ISSN 0379-0738

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Abstract

Conventional chemical profiling methods are based on determining and quantifying the illicit substance and identifying the organic impurities present. In the case of synthetic drugs, certain impurities may be route specific.