(Received 9 October 1990; accepted 28 May 1991)
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Fourier transform spectrometers in the near infrared-region, equipped with optical fiber bundles and driven by fast computers, can measure and identify drugs in a few seconds. A library with 37 spectra of drugs and other powders for stretching drugs, such as saccharoses, was generated. Assessment and optimization of a reference library by mathematical means is discussed. The method is simple, fast, and reliable and can be validated.
Chemist and deputy leader, Forensic Laboratory, Police and Military Department of Basle City, Basle,
Scientist, Analytical Promotion, Ciba-Geigy Ltd., Basle,
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