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It is rare to find a book published for forensic examiners who perfoim fire debris analysis. This book addresses two issues for those involved in the identification of ignitable liquids recovered from fire debris; first, the increased availability of “speciality solvents” which do not fall into the five main categories of more familiar and easily recognizable ignitable liquids and, second, the increased use of mass spectrometry for the identification of ignitable liquids.
Chief, Forensic Science Laboratory, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Rockville, Maryland
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