(Received 4 May 1992; accepted 30 November 1992)
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The separation of nine mono- and divalent cations of interest in explosives residue analysis was achieved using a Waters IC Pak-C Cation M/D column with a 3 mN HNO3 eluent and conductivity detection. The apparatus was then used to collect data on the types of cations found in a variety of explosive residues including black powder, smokeless powder, and ammonium nitrate based explosives.
FBI Laboratory, Forensic Science Research Unit, FBI Academy, Quantico, VA
1991 FBI Honors Intern, Lafayette College, Easton, PA
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