Published Online: 1 October 1983
Page Count: 8
Microcrystalline Identification of Drugs of Abuse: Stimulant Street Drugs
Professor of pharmacy, School of Pharmacy,
University of Wyoming,
professor emeritus of pharmacy,
School of Pharmacy, University of Washington,
(Received 20 January 1983; accepted 31 January 1983)
The microcrystallographic properties of the diliturate (5-nitrobarbituric acid) derivatives of certain stimulant drugs found in illicit street preparations have been determined. These microcrystallographic data can be used as a means of drug identification.
toxicology, crystallography, drug identification, abused drugs, stimulant drugs, dilituric acid, apparent properties, crystal morphology, photomicrographs
Paper ID: JFS11609J
Title Microcrystalline Identification of Drugs of Abuse: Stimulant Street Drugs
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