Special Issue "Forensic Analytical Chemistry"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 November 2019
Prof. Ki-Jung Paeng
Department of Chemistry, Yonsei University, yonseidae-gil 1, Wonju 26493, South Korea
Interests: GC/MS; LC/MS; sample preparation; SPE; chemical sensors; spectroscopies analytical chemistry
Forensic chemistry is defined as the application of chemistry to assist in the elucidation of legal problems. Forensic chemistry embraces a large and diversified field. It includes not only the chemical side of criminal investigation, but also the analysis of any material, the quality of which may give rise to legal proceedings. Forensic chemistry is not limited to purely the chemical questions involved in legal proceedings. It is also related to the other branches of forensic science, such as chemical toxicology, legal medicine, ballistics, questioned documents, dactyloscopy, and photography.
Forensic chemists should develop the standard methods to give accurate values and/or to detect minute quantities from latent evidence related to crime. The forensic chemist could also develop new chemicals to pursue latent evidences at the crime scene, such as finger print, foot print, blood and other biological fluids, and tissues.
Prof. Ki-Jung Paeng
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- forensic analysis
- drug analysis
- molecular and atomic spectrochemical technique
- electrochemical techniques
- surface characterization techniques
- mass spectrometry
- nuclear magnetic resonance
- chemometrics and statistics
- separation sciences