Fire Debris Analysis

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  • Author : Eric Stauffer
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 672 pages
  • ISBN : 9780080556260
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Fire Debris Analysis

Fire Debris Analysis
  • Author : Eric Stauffer,Julia A. Dolan,Reta Newman
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 10 December 2007
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The study of fire debris analysis is vital to the function of all fire investigations, and, as such, Fire Debris Analysis is an essential resource for fire investigators. The present methods of analysis include the use of gas chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, techniques which are well established and used by crime laboratories throughout the world. However, despite their universality, this is the first comprehensive resource that addresses their application to fire debris analysis. Fire Debris Analysis covers topics such

Identifying Ignitable Liquids in Fire Debris

Identifying Ignitable Liquids in Fire Debris
  • Author : Jeanet Hendrikse,Michiel Grutters,Frank Schäfer
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 05 October 2015
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Identifying Ignitable Liquids in Fire Debris: A Guideline for Forensic Experts discusses and illustrates the characteristics of different ignitable liquid products. This guideline builds on the minimum criteria of the ignitable liquid classes defined in the internationally accepted standard ASTM E1618 Standard Test Method for Ignitable Liquid Residues in Extracts from Fire Debris Samples by Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry. The volume provides information on the origin of the characteristics of these ignitable liquid products and provides a summary of characteristics to

Fire Debris Analysis

Fire Debris Analysis
  • Author : Eric Stauffer,Julia A. Dolan,Reta Newman
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 24 December 2007
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The study of fire debris analysis is vital to the function of all fire investigations, and, as such, Fire Debris Analysis is an essential resource for fire investigators. The present methods of analysis include the use of gas chromatography and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, techniques which are well established and used by crime laboratories throughout the world. However, despite their universality, this is the first comprehensive resource that addresses their application to fire debris analysis. Fire Debris Analysis covers topics such

Advances in Fire Debris Analysis

Advances in Fire Debris Analysis
  • Author : Mary R. Williams
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 January 2022
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Fire incidents are a major contributor to the number of deaths and property losses within the United States each year. Fire investigations determine the cause of the fire resulting in an assignment of responsibility. Current methods of fire debris analysis are reviewed including the preservation, extraction, detection and characterization of ignitable liquids from fire debris. Leak rates were calculated for the three most common types of fire debris evidence containers. The consequences of leaking containers on the recovery and characterization

Forensic Analysis of Fire Debris and Explosives

Forensic Analysis of Fire Debris and Explosives
  • Author : Kenyon Evans-Nguyen,Katherine Hutches
  • Publisher : Springer Nature
  • Release : 08 October 2019
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This text provides training on the fundamental tools and methodologies used in active forensic laboratories for the complicated analysis of fire debris and explosives evidence. It is intended to serve as a gateway for students and transitioning forensic science or chemistry professionals. The book is divided between the two disciplines of fire debris and explosives, with a final pair of chapters devoted to the interplay between the two disciplines and with other disciplines, such as DNA and fingerprint analysis. It

A Survey on the Interpretive GC MS Analysis of Fire Debris

A Survey on the Interpretive GC MS Analysis of Fire Debris
  • Author : Anthony Thomas Parks
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 January 2022
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The practice of arson analysis in a forensic science laboratory is based upon detecting the presence of ignitable liquids. If an ignitable liquid is present, it is suggestive of arson; if no ignitable liquid is found an arson claim is more difficult to assert. Ignitable liquids are detected using gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry. Instrumental results from a GC/MS can display components of an ignitable liquid but an analyst needs to make the final decision. Even with correct

Analysis and Interpretation of Fire Scene Evidence

Analysis and Interpretation of Fire Scene Evidence
  • Author : Jose R. Almirall,Kenneth G. Furton
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 11 February 2004
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Ongoing advances in arson detection tools and techniques increase the importance of scientific evidence in related court proceedings. In order to assemble an airtight case, investigators and forensic scientists need a resource that assists them in properly conducting the chemical analysis and interpretation of physical evidence found at scenes of s

Chemometric Applications in Fire Debris Analysis

Chemometric Applications in Fire Debris Analysis
  • Author : Anuradha Gayathri Akmeemana
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 January 2022
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One of the major challenges in fire investigation is the determination of the cause of fire. The fire can be accidental or intentional. The determination of ignitable liquid residue (ILR) from fire debris helps the process and this process is called fire debris analysis in forensic science. This is one of the most complex areas in the field of forensics because of the evaporation of the ILR from the debris and the interferences of the substrate matrix with the ILR

Chemometric Applications to a Complex Classification Problem

Chemometric Applications to a Complex Classification Problem
  • Author : Erin Elizabeth Waddell
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 18 January 2022
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Fire debris analysis currently relies on visual pattern recognition of the total ion chromatograms, extracted ion profiles, and target compound chromatograms to identify the presence of an ignitable liquid. This procedure is described in the ASTM International E1618-10 standard method. For large data sets, this methodology can be time consuming and is a subjective method, the accuracy of which is dependent upon the skill and experience of the analyst. This research aimed to develop an automated classification method for