Legal Chemistry A Guide to the Detection of Poisons, Examination of Tea, Stains, Etc.
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Legal Chemistry A Guide to the Detection of Poisons, Examination of Tea, Stains, Etc.
By A. Naquet
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Table of Contents
  • Legal Chemistry.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • I. METHODS OF DESTRUCTION OF THE ORGANIC SUBSTANCES.
    • DIALYSIS.
  • II. DETECTION OF POISONS, THE PRESENCE OF WHICH IS SUSPECTED.
    • DETECTION OF ARSENIC.
      • METHOD USED PRIOR TO MARSH'S TEST.
      • MARSH'S TEST.
      • RASPAIL'S METHOD.
    • METHOD USED PRIOR TO MARSH'S TEST.
    • MARSH'S TEST.
    • RASPAIL'S METHOD.
    • DETECTION OF ANTIMONY.
      • APPARATUS PROPOSED BY FLANDIN AND DANGER.
      • NAQUET'S APPARATUS.
    • APPARATUS PROPOSED BY FLANDIN AND DANGER.
    • NAQUET'S APPARATUS.
    • DETECTION OF MERCURY.
      • SMITHSON'S PILE.
      • APPARATUS PROPOSED BY FLANDIN AND DANGER.
    • SMITHSON'S PILE.
    • APPARATUS PROPOSED BY FLANDIN AND DANGER.
    • DETECTION OF PHOSPHORUS.
      • ORFILA'S METHOD.
      • MITSCHERLICH'S METHOD.
      • DUSART'S METHOD, AS MODIFIED BY BLONDLOT.
      • METHOD PROPOSED BY FRESENIUS AND NEUBAUER.
      • DETECTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY THE USE OF BISULPHIDE OF CARBON.
      • DETECTION OF PHOSPHOROUS ACID.
      • ESTIMATION OF PHOSPHORUS.
    • ORFILA'S METHOD.
    • MITSCHERLICH'S METHOD.
    • DUSART'S METHOD, AS MODIFIED BY BLONDLOT.
    • METHOD PROPOSED BY FRESENIUS AND NEUBAUER.
    • DETECTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY THE USE OF BISULPHIDE OF CARBON.
    • DETECTION OF PHOSPHOROUS ACID.
    • ESTIMATION OF PHOSPHORUS.
    • DETECTION OF ACIDS.
      • HYDROCHLORIC ACID.
      • NITRIC ACID.
      • SULPHURIC ACID.
      • PHOSPHORIC ACID.
      • OXALIC ACID.
      • ACETIC ACID.
      • HYDROCYANIC ACID.
    • HYDROCHLORIC ACID.
    • NITRIC ACID.
    • SULPHURIC ACID.
    • PHOSPHORIC ACID.
    • OXALIC ACID.
    • ACETIC ACID.
    • HYDROCYANIC ACID.
    • ALKALIES AND ALKALINE EARTHS.
    • DETECTION OF CHLORINE, BROMINE, AND IODINE.
      • CHLORINE AND BLEACHING CHLORIDES.
      • BROMINE.
      • IODINE.
    • CHLORINE AND BLEACHING CHLORIDES.
    • BROMINE.
    • IODINE.
    • DETECTION OF METALS.
      • TREATMENT OF RESIDUE A.
      • TREATMENT OF FILTRATE B.
    • TREATMENT OF RESIDUE A.
    • TREATMENT OF FILTRATE B.
    • DETECTION OF ALKALOIDS AND SOME ILL-DEFINED ORGANIC SUBSTANCES.[L]
      • STAS'S METHOD.
      • MODIFICATIONS TO STAS'S METHOD, PROPOSED BY OTTO.
      • MODIFICATIONS TO STAS'S METHOD, PROPOSED BY USLAR AND ERDMAN.
      • RODGERS AND GIRDWOOD'S METHOD.
      • PROLLIUS'S METHOD.
      • GRAHAM AND HOFMAN'S METHOD.
      • APPLICATION OF DIALYSIS IN THE DETECTION OF ALKALOIDS.
      • IDENTIFICATION OF THE ALKALOID.
      • IDENTIFICATION OF DIGITALINE, PICROTOXINE AND COLCHICINE.
    • STAS'S METHOD.
    • MODIFICATIONS TO STAS'S METHOD, PROPOSED BY OTTO.
    • MODIFICATIONS TO STAS'S METHOD, PROPOSED BY USLAR AND ERDMAN.
    • RODGERS AND GIRDWOOD'S METHOD.
    • PROLLIUS'S METHOD.
    • GRAHAM AND HOFMAN'S METHOD.
    • APPLICATION OF DIALYSIS IN THE DETECTION OF ALKALOIDS.
    • IDENTIFICATION OF THE ALKALOID.
    • IDENTIFICATION OF DIGITALINE, PICROTOXINE AND COLCHICINE.
  • III. METHODS TO BE EMPLOYED, WHEN NO CLEW TO THE NATURE OF THE POISON PRESENT CAN BE OBTAINED.
    • INDICATIVE TESTS.
      • THE SUBSTANCE POSSESSES AN ACID REACTION.
      • THE SUBSTANCE POSSESSES A NEUTRAL OR AN ALKALINE REACTION.
    • THE SUBSTANCE POSSESSES AN ACID REACTION.
    • THE SUBSTANCE POSSESSES A NEUTRAL OR AN ALKALINE REACTION.
    • DETERMINATIVE TESTS.
  • IV. MISCELLANEOUS EXAMINATIONS.
    • DETERMINATION OF THE NATURE AND COLOR OF THE HAIR AND BEARD.
      • DETERMINATION OF THE COLOR OF THE HAIR AND BEARD.
      • DETERMINATION OF THE NATURE OF THE HAIR.
    • DETERMINATION OF THE COLOR OF THE HAIR AND BEARD.
    • DETERMINATION OF THE NATURE OF THE HAIR.
    • EXAMINATION OF FIRE-ARMS. (Proposed by M. Boutigny.)
      • THE GUN IS PROVIDED WITH A FLINT-LOCK, AND WAS CHARGED WITH ORDINARY POWDER.
      • THE GUN IS NOT PROVIDED WITH A FLINT LOCK.
    • THE GUN IS PROVIDED WITH A FLINT-LOCK, AND WAS CHARGED WITH ORDINARY POWDER.
    • THE GUN IS NOT PROVIDED WITH A FLINT LOCK.
    • DETECTION OF HUMAN REMAINS IN THE ASHES OF A FIRE-PLACE.
    • EXAMINATION OF WRITINGS.
    • EXAMINATION OF WRITINGS IN CASES WHERE A SYMPATHETIC INK HAS BEEN USED.
    • FALSIFICATION OF COINS AND ALLOYS.
    • EXAMINATION OF ALIMENTARY AND PHARMACEUTICAL SUBSTANCES.
      • FLOUR AND BREAD.
      • FIXED OILS.
      • TEA AND ITS ADULTERATION.
      • MILK.
      • WINE.
      • VINEGAR.
      • SULPHATE OF QUININE.
    • FLOUR AND BREAD.
    • FIXED OILS.
    • TEA AND ITS ADULTERATION.
    • MILK.
    • WINE.
    • VINEGAR.
    • SULPHATE OF QUININE.
    • EXAMINATION OF BLOOD STAINS.
    • EXAMINATION OF SPERMATIC STAINS.
  • APPENDIX.
    • BOOKS.
    • MEMOIRS.
      • On poisons generally and those not elsewhere classified.
      • On the destruction of organic matter.
      • On the detection of Arsenic.
      • On the detection of Antimony.
      • On the detection of Mercury.
      • On the detection of Phosphorus.
      • On the detection of Prussic Acid.
      • On the detection of Alkaloids in general.
      • On Atropine.
      • On Brucine.
      • On Morphine.
      • On Strychnine.
      • On the detection of Falsifications of Writings.
      • On the detection of adulterations in Flour and Bread.
      • On the examination of Fatty Oils.
      • On the examination of Milk.
      • On the detection of adulteration in Wine and Beer.
      • On the testing of Vinegar.
      • On the detection of adulterations in Sulphate of Quinine.
      • On the detection of Blood Stains.
      • On the detection of Spermatic Stains.
    • On poisons generally and those not elsewhere classified.
    • On the destruction of organic matter.
    • On the detection of Arsenic.
    • On the detection of Antimony.
    • On the detection of Mercury.
    • On the detection of Phosphorus.
    • On the detection of Prussic Acid.
    • On the detection of Alkaloids in general.
    • On Atropine.
    • On Brucine.
    • On Morphine.
    • On Strychnine.
    • On the detection of Falsifications of Writings.
    • On the detection of adulterations in Flour and Bread.
    • On the examination of Fatty Oils.
    • On the examination of Milk.
    • On the detection of adulteration in Wine and Beer.
    • On the testing of Vinegar.
    • On the detection of adulterations in Sulphate of Quinine.
    • On the detection of Blood Stains.
    • On the detection of Spermatic Stains.
    • MEMOIRS.
      • Alkaloids.
      • Arsenic and Antimony.
      • Mercury, Copper and Lead.
      • Prussic Acid.
      • Flour and Bread.
      • Tea.
      • Milk.
      • Wine and Beer.
      • Vinegar.
    • Alkaloids.
    • Arsenic and Antimony.
    • Mercury, Copper and Lead.
    • Prussic Acid.
    • Flour and Bread.
    • Tea.
    • Milk.
    • Wine and Beer.
    • Vinegar.
  • INDEX.
  • Footnotes
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