Research Conducted by Dr. Adam Hall Featured on SpectroscopyNow.com
Current research conducted by Dr. Adam Hall and his collaborators at Northeastern University featured on SpectroscopyNow.com.
“One group of scientists has been looking at alternative strategies for analysing cocaine and its cutting agents. Adam Hall from Boston University School of Medicine, and colleagues Stephen Coy, Erkinjon Nazarov and Paul Vouros from Northeastern University, Boston and the University of Southern Florida, elected to try a differential mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry (DMS-MS) procedure, which they described in the Journal of Forensic Sciences.”
See the full article entitled “Mobility Differences: Cocaine Cutting Agents Identified”