Using Thermal Desorption– Gas Chromatography for the Detection of Fire Accelerants in Arson ResiduesApplications | 2012 | PerkinElmerInstrumentationGC, Thermal desorptionIndustriesHomeland SecurityManufacturerPerkinElmerKey wordswood, fire, tube, thermal, accelerant, perkinelmer, burnt, accelerants, burned, desorber, desorption, gas, sections, chromatograph, trap, pinewood, shave, shavings, totalchrom, fires, suspicious, chromatography, scraped, seasoned, residue, autosystem, enable, arson, knife, glass, were, expelled, quenched, off, kerosene, dimethylpolysiloxane, flammable, turbomatrix, comprise, split, informative, chromatograms, because, placing, samples, fluids, examine, evaporated, components, overlaid
Applying the Technology of the TurboMatrix 650 ATD to the Analysis of Liquid Accelerants in Arson Investigation
The ASTM classification table (Table 1 - Page 2) breaks liquidaccelerants into 6 major classes. This table is a useful tool toassist the analyst in the identification of an accelerant. Eachclass of accelerants is described across a row of the...
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Identification of VOCs in In-Vehicle Interior Using TD-GC/MS-Olfactory Port
APPLICATIONNOTEGas Chromatography/Mass SpectrometryAuthors:Kira YangYong XuPerkinElmer, Inc.Shanghai, ChinaIdentification of VOCs inIn-Vehicle Interior UsingTD-GC/MS-Olfactory PortIntroductionCustomer complaints of odors within a new carare rising with the increasing number of new carbuyers. Although odors can be subjective, it isnow well known that the new...
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Detection of Accelerants in Arson Residues using Thermal Desorption-GC/MS
#99aDetection of Accelerants in Arson Residuesusing Thermal Desorption-GC/MSApplication NoteForensicsAuthor:C. ZawodnyWhen arson is suspected with a fire of unknown origin, the remaining residuesare examined for traces of flammable accelerants. Typical accelerants includethe common gasoline, kerosene and diesel, as well as less...
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Fast Analysis of Fire Debris Using an Agilent 5975T LTM GC/MSD with Capillary Trap Sampling (CTS)
Fast Analysis of Fire Debris Using anAgilent 5975T LTM GC/MSD withCapillary Trap Sampling (CTS)Application NoteAuthorAbstractSuli ZhaoThis application note describes the development of an innovative method for theAgilent Technologies (Shanghai) Co., Ltdconfirmation of fire accelerants using the Agilent Capillary Trap Sampler...
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