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Over 250 standards cover:
Forensic Psychophysiologyguides and practices address polygraph training and recommended practices for the design, conduct, and interpretation of psychophysiological detection of deception examinations.
Forensic Sciencesthe majority of standards in this section deal with criminalistics, including forensic analysis, examination of physical evidence, documenting, labeling, storing, and retrieving evidence.
Conformity Assessmentcriteria for the evaluation of testing laboratories and proficiency testing by interlaboratory comparisons.
Hazard Potential of Chemicalscovers flash point, thermal stability and instability, explosibility, and autoignition temperatures of chemicals.
Particle and Spray Characterizationstandards cover sieving and nonsieving methods and screening media.
Quality and Statisticspractices and guides evaluate statistical methods, sampling and data analysis, and quality statements.
Thermal Measurementspractices and test methods cover thermal analysis and thermophysical properties.
Nanotechnologystandards cover terminology, environmental and occupational health and safety, and characterization, including physical, chemical, and toxicological properties.
Forensic Engineeringaddresses the scientific, engineering, ethical, and legal considerations inherent in forensic engineering investigations, reporting, and testimony.
Manufacture of Pharmaceutical Productscovers the application of process analytical technology (PAT) within the pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry, highlighting PAT system management, implementation, and practices. New to this edition are standards on hazardous biological materials, characterization and identification of biological systems, and unit processes and validation.
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