(Received 13 July 1982; accepted 3 September 1982)
Published Online: 1983
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Polyethylene containers are demonstrated to be unsuitable packaging for accelerant evidence collection. Polyethylene's permeability to hydrocarbons makes sample loss and possible contamination significant problems.
Forensic chemist, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, National Laboratory Center, Rockville, MD
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