Clarke's Isolation and Identification of Drugs in Pharmaceuticals, Body Fluids, and Post-mortem Material
Eustace George Coverley Clarke, A. C. Moffat, Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Pharmaceutical Press, Jan 1, 1986 - Drug adulteration - 1223 pages
This practical manual and standard reference work provides an authoritative source of analytical data for drugs and related substances. It is intended for scientists faced with the difficult problem of identifying an unknown drug in a pharmaceutical product, in a sample of tissue or body fluid from a living patient or in postmortem material. Clarke's Isolation and Identification of Drugs is an essential requirement for all forensic and crime laboratories, toxicologists, clinical and analytical chemists, pathologists, poison information centres and clinical pharmacology departments.
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