(Received 1 May 1974; accepted 12 August 1974)
Published Online: 1975
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The development of new compounds with the potential for drug abuse necessitates a continuous accumulation of analytical data in the forensic laboratory. Also, the identification of excipients and adulterants in drug samples provides a data base that can be used for intelligence purposes. Correlation of cases can provide investigative leads as well as being supporting evidence in conspiracy cases.
Forensic chemist, Food and Drug Administration, Washington, D.C.,
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