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  Methlab Cleanup
Another old form of clandestine chemistry is the illegal brewing and distillation of alcohol.
Clandestine chemistry made its mark in the late 1960s when amphetamines became controlled substances in many countries.
Clandestine chemistry does not limit itself only to drugs, it is also associated with explosives, and other illegal chemicals.
www.methlab-cleanup.com   (2060 words)

  
 Drugs Forum - Drug chemistry Section
Drug chemistry deals with both the direct synthesis of drugs and the preparation of precursor and reagent chemicals and equipment necessary to successfully carry out this synthesis.
Clandestine drug chemistry is a potentially lucrative, and as a result very attractive, hobby.
In addition to information relating to the legality and potential legal consequences of drug chemistry, it is often a good idea to keep abreast of what is going on in your community by paying close attention to drug chemistry related news.
www.drugs-forum.co.uk /chemistry.html   (871 words)

  
 Clandestine chemistry - Definition, explanation
Another old form of clandestine chemistry is the illegal brewing and distillation of alcohol.
Clandestine chemistry made its mark in the late 1960s when amphetamines became illegal.
Nitroglycerin is one chemical that clandestine chemists are known for producing on a small scale.
www.calsky.com /lexikon/en/txt/c/cl/clandestine_chemistry.php   (1821 words)

  
  Medical Concerns Regarding Clandestine Labs
A clandestine laboratory is simply defined as a place where preparation of illegal substances takes place.
All persons removed from a clandestine lab should be properly decontaminated and dressed in clean clothing prior to any additional questioning or evaluation.
It is recommended that all children removed from clandestine labs be evaluated by a qualified practitioner that can do a complete pediatric evaluation within 24 hours of removal from the lab.
www.colodec.org /decpapers/clandestinelabfaq1.htm   (855 words)

  
  Clandestine chemistry
Clandestine chemistry generally refers to chemistry carried out in illegal drug laboratories, but can include any kind of laboratory operation carried on in secret because of the illegality of its activities.
Another old form of clandestine chemistry is the illegal brewing and distillation of alcohol.
Clandestine chemistry does not limit itself only to drugs, it is also associated with explosives, and other illegal chemicals.
www.ibpassociation.org /encyclopedia/Chemistry/Clandestine_chemistry.php   (1847 words)

  
 Education Resources » Chemistry Terms
The chemistry taught at the high school or early college level is often called “general chemistry” and is intended to be an introduction to a wide variety of fundamental concepts and to give the student the tools to continue on to more advanced subjects.
Inorganic chemistry is the study of the properties and reactions of inorganic compounds.
Clandestine chemistry does not limit itself only to drugs, it is also associated with explosives, and other illegal chemicals.
www.thecatalyst.org /resource/category/chemistry-terms/page/2   (6755 words)

  
 Journal of Clandestine Laboratory Investigating Chemists Association
Clandestine drug laboratories are known to contain extremely hazardous chemicals which can cause serious injury or death to the lab operator and to the investigator.
Clandestine hydriodic acid is not typically purified or distilled and therefore an appreciable amount of phosphoric acid is present in the mixture.
Clandestine laboratories are routinely encountered in Los Angeles County and frequently involve crude conditions and poor ventilation.
www.intellicandy.com /oldschool/chemcandy/clic.html   (10419 words)

  
 Medical Evaluation of Children Removed from Clandestine Labs
It is recommended that all children removed from clandestine labs be evaluated by a practitioner qualified to perform a complete pediatric evaluation within 24 hours of removal from the lab.
Respiratory compromise, ranging from wheezing due to irritation to pneumonitis from aspiration of hydrocarbon solvents to respiratory arrest from inhalation of gases such as phosphine or cyanide, is possible in a clandestine laboratory.
With respect to the acute exposure issue, some jurisdictions request a urine drug screen be performed on children removed from clandestine laboratories in order to assist in prosecution of the case.
www.colodec.org /decpapers/childmedevalfaq2.htm   (911 words)

  
 Center for Problem-Oriented Policing
Clandestine methamphetamine labs cause three main types of harm: (1) physical injury from explosions, fires, chemical burns, and toxic fumes; (2) environmental hazards; and (3) child endangerment.
Clandestine labs have manufactured illicit drugs since at least the 1960s, but the problem has become much more widespread in the past 15 years or so, largely because of methamphetamine’s growing popularity.
Cleaning up clandestine methamphetamine labs is an enormously complex, time-consuming and costly undertaking.† Seizing a lab potentially makes a police agency liable for some of the costs of cleaning up on-site hazardous materials.
www.popcenter.org /Problems/problem-druglabs.htm   (3630 words)

  
 News
The training will be open to all law enforcement, fire service and emergency responders who potentially encounter clandestine laboratories during the performance of their duties.
The July and August clandestine lab training seminars scheduled to be held at the Western Forensic Law Enforcement Training Center have been postponed until 2006 due to schduling issues at the WFLETC.
Christian was subsequently interviewed by the local television stations concerning the affects clandestine drug labs have on the local community.
www.criminalist.us /html/news.html   (1299 words)

  
 Chemistry FAQ : Chemical FAQ - Chemistry Online Education
There are several pharmaceutical chemistry books, such as Goodman and Gilman [53], and "Essentials of Medicinal Chemistry" [54], that provide overviews of the field.
One chemistry field that has a lot of named reagents is analytical chemistry, especially in Thin Layer Chromatography, where many of the spray detection reagents have common names.
Some idiot in Australia even had the nerve to flame me for posting my Clandestine Chemistry FAQ to sci.chem, and I think drugs are terrible, and said so.
www.webqc.org /chemistryfaq-3.html   (6311 words)

  
 The Sceptical Chymist
Darren Hamilton is in the Department of Chemistry at Mount Holyoke College (Massachusetts, USA) and works on a variety of problems in the area of molecular recognition and supramolecular chemistry.
Chemistry can also help examine some of the most interesting problems in science today relating to complexity, emergent systems and even asking where we came from in terms of the origin of life.
Lee Cronin is in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow and works on the design and assembly of complex functional molecules and materials and has interests in inorganic clusters, ligand design, complexity and emergence in chemistry.
blogs.nature.com /thescepticalchymist   (3069 words)

  
 CLAN Lab
Clandestine drug laboratories (clan labs) are facilities equipped and used in the production of illegal drugs.
The team members investigate reports of suspected clandestine drug laboratories and follow leads of chemical precursors being used in the illicit manufacture of illegal drugs.
The CLRT pursued 97 complaints during 2000 and identified eight clandestine laboratories.
www.honolulupd.org /nv/clanlab.htm   (1040 words)

  
 WI Department of Justice - Criminal Investigation
A clandestine laboratory is an illicit operation consisting of chemicals and equipment that has been or could be used to manufacture or synthesize a controlled substance.
Clandestine laboratories have been found in abandoned buildings and on rural farms.
Laboratories are also being operated in single and multifamily residences in urban and suburban neighborhoods, where their toxic and explosive fumes can pose a significant threat to the health and safety of local residences.
www.doj.state.wi.us /dci/narcotics/meth/labs.asp   (369 words)

  
 Georgia Bureau of Investigation
The primary function of the Chemistry Section is to analyze and identify chemical compounds and determine if possession of these compounds is in violation of federal and/or state statutes.
The Chemistry Section supplies the courts and other state agencies with factual drug information, provides information to the general public and news media about drug abuse, and has a team of scientists trained to assist police officers in clandestine laboratory seizures.
The Clandestine Laboratory Response Team (CLRT) is a group of scientists around the state who aid local and state law enforcement in the safety assessment, shutdown, analysis, and prosecution of illegal drug manufacturing labs.
www.state.ga.us /gbi/chemistry.html   (748 words)

  
 Course Discription
Students will be taught how to determine the method of clandestine manufacture and to be able to isolate and identify controlled substances and intermediate materials used and produced in illicit manufacture.
Students will be able to determine the method of manufacture used and isolate and identify controlled substances and intermediate materials used and produced in clandestine laboratories.
The candidates should be experienced in controlled substance analysis and have a knowledge of organic chemistry.
www.cci.ca.gov /Course_discription.asp?Class_Name=C201_Clandestine_Laboratory_Analysis_and_Synthesis   (213 words)

  
 CRC Press Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Clandestine lab operators are not the mad scientists whose genius keeps them pent up in the laboratory contemplating elaborate formulas and mixing exotic chemicals.
The identification and investigation of a clandestine lab, and the successful prosecution of the perpetrators, is a team effort.
The key to clandestine laboratory detection is the investigator's ability to recognize the equipment and chemicals that constitute the lab.
crcpress.com /shopping_cart/products/product_detail.asp?sku=1227&parent_id=411&pc=   (356 words)

  
 Clandestine laboratory signs
Clandestine laboratories are illegal operations consisting of chemicals and equipment necessary to manufacture controlled substances.
The types and numbers of laboratories seized, to a large degree, reflect regional and national trends in the types and amounts of illicit substances that are being manufactured, trafficked and abused.
Clandestine laboratories have been found in abandoned and rural farms.
www.clialabs.com /Labsign.htm   (250 words)

  
 Clandestine Lab Team
A Clandestine Lab (Clan Lab) is best described as “any” location, which has the chemicals and necessary cookware to make an illicit drug such as Meth.
The Team members investigate reports of suspected Clandestine Labs and follow up on leads of chemical precursor purchases as well as the thief or purchase of Anhydrous Ammonia, which is being used in the illicit manufacturing of controlled substances.
The ADDU CLET Team seized it’s first Clandestine Meth Lab in October of 2001 and reached a peak of working an average of 1 Clandestine Meth Lab every week, in the Metro Albany Area by early March of 2003.
www.albany.ga.us /drug_unit/du_clandestine_team.htm   (509 words)

  
 Georgia Bureau of Investigation
The primary function of the Chemistry Section is to analyze and identify chemical compounds and determine if possession of these compounds is in violation of federal and/or state statutes.
The Chemistry Section supplies the courts and other state agencies with factual drug information, provides information to the general public and news media about drug abuse, and has a team of scientists trained to assist police officers in clandestine laboratory seizures.
The Clandestine Laboratory Response Team (CLRT) is a group of scientists around the state who aid local and state law enforcement in the safety assessment, shutdown, analysis, and prosecution of illegal drug manufacturing labs.
www.ganet.org /gbi/chemistry.html   (748 words)

  
 UNODC - Bulletin on Narcotics - 1985 Issue 1 - 005   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Toxicological aspects of cocaine chemistry are not dealt with.
Archer and R. Hawks, "The chemistry of cocaine and its derivatives", Cocaine: Chemical, Biological, Clinical, Social and Treatment Aspects, S. Mule, ed.(Cleveland, CRC Press, 1976), pp.
Bowen and N. Purdie, "Identification of cocaine and phencyclidine by solute-induced circular dichroism", Analytical Chemistry, vol.
www.unodc.org /bulletin/bulletin_1985-01-01_1_page006.html   (5736 words)

  
 Household Chemistry
I am talking about chemistry that can be done at home, as opposed to in a school or professional lab, on a conservative budget and the assumption that you (like most people) can't just look up "Chemicals" in your local Yellow Pages and start ordering 5 minutes later.
Stricter laws about consumer safety, a lawsuit-happy culture, the rise of clandestine drug labs, and fears of violence from political extremists have all made it far more difficult to obtain chemicals today than it was 50 years ago.
As of 2002, chemistry is perhaps the most difficult of the sciences to adopt as a hobby.
www.nitrogenorder.org /lessons/household.shtml   (7827 words)

  
 Blackcode.com: General => clandestine chemistry
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 FITS - Clandestine Drug Lab Investigation
A survey of the various types of clandestine drug manufacturing trends in the United States will be given.
Specific topics and lecture segments include: Chemistry for the non-chemist, intelligence operations, proper techniques to safely shut down an operating clan lab, trends in illicit drug manufacture, chemical sampling procedures, latent print processing at clan lab sites, hazardous materials safety considerations, court exhibit preparation, and courtroom testimony.
No prior experience in either the investigation or the processing of clandestine drug labs is required and no formal training in chemistry is necessary in preparation for taking this class.
www.foridents.com /class.php?class_id=8   (266 words)

  
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The chemicals usually found in home chemistry sets can usually be purchased at the shop where the set was obtained, or the local hardware shop or pharmacist, provided the chemical is not subject to government or state restrictions.
There are several pharmaceutical chemistry books, such as Goodman and Gilman [52], and "Essentials of Medicinal Chemistry" [53], that provide overviews of the field.
Some idiot in Australia even had the nerve to flame me for posting my Clandestine Chemistry FAQ to sci.chem, and I think drugs are terrible, and said so.
www.cem.msu.edu /~young/topics/faq3.txt   (6006 words)

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