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In this lab, the student learns the difference between forensic chemistry and forensic toxicology. They gain knowledge in understanding how over-the-counter drugs, controlled drugs, and illegal drugs may act as toxins. Students will have the opportunity to perform presumptive chemical tests on drugs and poisons, identify unknown samples based on chemical test results and examine urine for evidence of heavy metal poisoning using chromatography. Teacher’s Manual and Student Study Guide copymasters are included. This kit contains enough material for 15 groups.
Kit Includes:10g Aspirin10g Acetaminophen10g Sodium Bicarbonate Antacid10g Effervescent Antacid10g Unknown #110g Unknown #230ml Universal Indicator Solution30ml 0.5M Hydrochloric Acid30ml Ferric Nitrate1 g Simulated Marijuana10g Simulated LSD10g Simulated Cocaine30ml Simulated Scott Reagent30ml Simulated Van Urk Reagent30ml Simulated Lead Solution30ml Simulated Mercury Solution30ml Unknown Poison30ml Simulated Potassium Chromate30ml Simulated Urine Sample30ml Alanine Control30ml Glycine Control Spray Bottle w/ 0.5g Ninhydrin Powder4 x 25 ml 95% Ethanol15 x 25ml Chromatography Solvent15 Universal Indicator Color Charts6 Capillary Tubes15pc Chromatography Sheets30 Spot Plates8 Scoops1pkg Toothpicks
Materials Needed but not Supplied:Distilled or Deionized WaterUV Light (black light)15 Metric rulers15 Large Beakers - 500 - 1000ml or similar(to use as chromatography chambers)Plastic wrap, aluminum foil, or laboratory film
DOT Info:Small quantity exemption 173.4THIS PACKAGE CONFORMS TO 49 CFR 173.4 for domestic highway or rail transport only