The rapidly increasing number of different ignitable liquid formulations available today poses a new challenge to fire debris analysts and other forensic chemistry specialists - that of accurately identifying and classifying ignitable liquids with unfamiliar chromatographic patterns.
GC-MS Guide to Ignitable Liquids addresses that challenge with a selection of more than 100 different ignitable liquid formulations designed to supplement the laboratory's standard collection. Both total ion chromatograms and extracted ion chromatograms (mass chromatograms) are included.
Written by authors who are also experienced forensic chemists, this complete reference is the only single source of information on ignitable liquids - a must for students of fire science, forensic chemists, and anyone conducting fire debris analysis.
Table of Contents
Extracted Ion Chromatography
Ignitable Liquid Classification
How to Use This Book
Hydrocarbon and Aromatic Standards
Normal Alkane Products
Naphthenic Paraffinic Products
Mixtures and Miscellaneous Products
Appendix A: Computer Program for HP Chemstation
Appendix B: Hydrocarbon Range Index
Appendix C: Distillate Index
Appendix D: Oxygenate Index
Appendix E: Mixture/Miscellaneous Product Index