Recommended Methods for Testing Barbiturate Derivatives Under International Control: Manual for Use by National Narcotics Laboratories
United Nations Publications, 16 thg 4, 2004 - 52 trang
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2000 WAVENUMBER 2nd edition accurately weighed amount allobarbital Amobarbital barbital barbiturate derivatives barbiturate is present benzodiazepine butalbital butobarbital Capsules and tablets chloroform Clarke's Isolation colour test concentration coning-and-quartering Convention on Psychotropic cyclobarbital DERIVATIVES UNDER INTERNATIONAL derivatization Dissolve Division of Narcotic dosage units ethyl acetate excipients forensic analyst forensic laboratories H O N O HPLC identification and analysis Inject insoluble internal standard solution international control Isolation and Identification manual Mass spectroscopy Mercuric chloride methanol methylphenobarbital mg/ml ml/min Mobile phase n-alkanes Narcotic Drugs NARCOTICS LABORATORIES number of packages number of units O N O c.c. O N O CH3CH2 particular barbiturates peak area pentobarbital Pharmaceutical Press London plate preparations Presumptive tests Psychotropic Substances 1971 quantitative Randomly select Sample and standard Schedule IV Schedule IV H SECBUTABARBITAL secobarbital select a number sodium dihydrogen phosphate soluble Solution K1 spectroscopy square root suspect material tablet and capsule total number vinylbital
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