Good Laboratory Practices for Forensic Chemistry
Good Laboratory Practices for Forensic Chemistry acknowledges the limitations that often challenge the validity of data and resultant conclusions. Eight chapters examine current practices in analytical chemistry as well as business practices, guidelines and regulations in the pharmaceutical industry to offer improvements to current practices in forensic chemistry. It discusses topics ranging from good manufacturing practices (GMP), good laboratory practices (GLP), the International Conference on Harmonisation (ICH), quality assurance (QA), and quality risk management (QRM), among others. This book is a guide for scientists, professors, and students interested in expanding their knowledge of forensic chemistry.
Identifies the limitations of laboratory practices in forensic chemistryApplies the concept of the "scientific method" to laboratory practices to enhance validity of results and conclusionsReviews the guidances and work processes used in highly regulated industries (pharmaceutical, food, etc.)