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Forensic drug applications of electrochemical sensors

Shaw, Lynsey and Dennany, Lynn (2017) Forensic drug applications of electrochemical sensors. Current Opinion in Electrochemistry. ISSN 2451-9103 (In Press)

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Abstract

Electrochemical based sensors are a powerful analytical tool which can be exploited by the forensic community particularly for the analysis of illicit substances from street and biological samples. This report presents a brief overview on selected recent publications related to the application of electrochemical sensors to forensic drug analysis and gives opinions on the technical developments as well as the future applications in this field.