(Received 29 March 1989; accepted 13 April 1989)
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A simple, inexpensive carbon wire adsorption/solvent extraction (CWSE) technique that allows for sensitive and reproducible analysis of organic volatiles from arson debris is described. The technique requires a minimum of expensive equipment and is particularly suited to those laboratories without a thermal desorption unit or pyrolyzer. The technique combines static headspace sampling with solvent extraction and analysis by capillary column gas chromatography.
Chemist and research officer, Forensic Science Laboratory, Chemistry Centre (W.A.), Perth,
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