Legal Chemistry: A Guide to the Detection of Poisons, Examination of Tea, Stains, etc., as Applied to Chemical Jurisp by A. Naquet

Legal Chemistry: A Guide to the Detection of Poisons, Examination of Tea, Stains, etc., as Applied…

byA. Naquet, J. P. Battershall, Translator

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LEGAL CHEMISTRY
A GUIDE TO THE DETECTION OF POISONS, EXAMINATION OF TEA, STAINS, ETC., AS APPLIED TO CHEMICAL JURISPRUDENCE
TRANSLATED WITH ADDITIONS FROM THE FRENCH OF A. NAQUET, Professor to the Faculty of Medicine of Paris,
BY J. P. BATTERSHALL, Nat. Sc. D., F.C.S.

This edition features
 • illustrations
 • a linked Table of Contents, Footnotes, and Index
 
CONTENTS
Introduction     
Methods of Destruction of the Organic Substances     
By means of Nitric Acid     
  "   "    Sulphuric Acid
  "   "    Nitrate of Potassa     
  "   "    Potassa and Nitrate of Lime     
  "   "    Potassa and Nitric Acid     
  "   "    Chlorate of Potassa     
  "   "    Chlorine
  "   "    Aqua Regia     
Dialysis     
Detection of Poisons, the presence of which is suspected.     
Detection of Arsenic     
Method used prior to Marsh's test     
Marsh's test     
Raspail's test     
Reinsch's test     
Detection of Antimony     
Flandin and Danger's apparatus     
Naquet's apparatus     
Detection of Mercury     
Smithson's pile     
Flandin and Danger's apparatus     
Detection of Phosphorus     
Orfila's method     
Mistcherlich's method     
Dusart's method, as modified by Blondlot
Fresenius and Neubauer's method     
Detection of Phosphorus by means of bisulphide of carbon     
Detection of Phosphorous Acid     
Estimation of Phosphorus     
Detection of Acids     
Hydrochloric Acid     
Nitric   "     
Sulphuric Acid     
Phosphoric   "     
Oxalic   "     
Acetic   "     
Hydrocyanic   "     
Detection of alkalies and alkaline earths     
Detection of chlorine, bromine and iodine     
Chlorine and Bleaching Chlorides     
Bromine     
Iodine     
Detection of Metals     
Detection of alkaloids and some ill-defined organic substances     
Stas's method     
  "   "    as modified by Otto     
  "   "   "   "   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
Method to be employed when no clew to the nature of the Poison present can be obtained     
Indicative tests
Determinative tests     
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     
Examination of Fire-arms
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     
a Olive Oil intended for table use     
b Olive Oil intended for manufacturing purposes     
c Hempseed Oil     
Tea     
Milk     
Wine     
Vinegar     
Sulphate of Quinine     
Examination of blood stains     
Examination of spermatic stains     
Appendix     
Books of Toxicology, etc.     
Memoirs on Toxicology, etc.     
Index

Title:Legal Chemistry: A Guide to the Detection of Poisons, Examination of Tea, Stains, etc., as Applied…Format:Kobo ebookPublished:November 15, 2013Publisher:VolumesOfValueLanguage:English

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