Kenneth G. Furton
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The scientific foundation and efficacy of the use of canines as chemical detectors for explosives
KG Furton, LJ Myers
Talanta 54 (3), 487-500, 2001
Comparison of the volatile organic compounds present in human odor using SPME-GC/MS
AM Curran, SI Rabin, PA Prada, KG Furton
Journal of chemical ecology 31 (7), 1607-1619, 2005
Laboratory and field experiments used to identify Canis lupus var. familiaris active odor signature chemicals from drugs, explosives, and humans
N Lorenzo, TL Wan, RJ Harper, YL Hsu, M Chow, S Rose, KG Furton
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 376 (8), 1212-1224, 2003
Identification of dominant odor chemicals emanating from explosives for use in developing optimal training aid combinations and mimics for canine detection
RJ Harper, JR Almirall, KG Furton
Talanta 67 (2), 313-327, 2005
Organic salts, liquid at room temperature, as mobile phases in liquid chromatography
CF Poole, BR Kersten, SSJ Ho, ME Coddens, KG Furton
Journal of Chromatography A 352, 407-425, 1986
Innovations in sol-gel microextraction phases for solvent-free sample preparation in analytical chemistry
A Kabir, KG Furton, A Malik
TrAC Trends in Analytical Chemistry 45, 197-218, 2013
Application of solid-phase microextraction to the recovery of explosives and ignitable liquid residues from forensic specimens
KG Furton, JR Almirall, M Bi, J Wang, L Wu
Journal of Chromatography A 885 (1-2), 419-432, 2000
Solid phase microextraction ion mobility spectrometer interface for explosive and taggant detection
JM Perr, KG Furton, JR Almirall
Journal of separation science 28 (2), 177-183, 2005
The frequency of occurrence and discriminatory power of compounds found in human scent across a population determined by SPME-GC/MS
AM Curran, CF Ramirez, AA Schoon, KG Furton
Journal of Chromatography B 846 (1-2), 86-97, 2007
Characterization of background and pyrolysis products that may interfere with the forensic analysis of fire debris
JR Almirall, KG Furton
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 71 (1), 51-67, 2004
The use of solid-phase microextraction—gas chromatography in forensic analysis
KG Furton, J Wang, YL Hsu, J Walton, JR Almirall
Journal of chromatographic science 38 (7), 297-306, 2000
Determining the critical micelle concentration of aqueous surfactant solutions: Using a novel colorimetric method
KG Furton, A Norelus
Journal of chemical education 70 (3), 254, 1993
Estimation of postmortem interval using the protein marker cardiac Troponin I
AJ Sabucedo, KG Furton
Forensic science international 134 (1), 11-16, 2003
Efficient analysis of selected estrogens using fabric phase sorptive extraction and high performance liquid chromatography-fluorescence detection
R Kumar, AK Malik, A Kabir, KG Furton
Journal of Chromatography A 1359, 16-25, 2014
The differentiation of the volatile organic signatures of individuals through SPME‐GC/MS of characteristic human scent compounds
AM Curran, PA Prada, KG Furton
Journal of forensic sciences 55 (1), 50-57, 2010
A novel method for the analysis of gasoline from fire debris using headspace solid-phase microextraction
KG Furton, JR Almirall, JC Bruna
Journal of Forensic Science 41 (1), 12-22, 1996
Collection and identification of human remains volatiles by non-contact, dynamic airflow sampling and SPME-GC/MS using various sorbent materials
LE DeGreeff, KG Furton
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 401 (4), 1295-1307, 2011
A simple, inexpensive, rapid, sensitive and solventless technique for the analysis of accelerants in fire debris based on SPME
KG Furton, J Bruna, JR Almirall
Journal of high resolution chromatography 18 (10), 625-629, 1995
Analysis of the uniqueness and persistence of human scent
AM Curran, SI Rabin, KG Furton
Forensic Science Communications 7 (2), 2005
Development of headspace SPME method for analysis of volatile organic compounds present in human biological specimens
M Kusano, E Mendez, KG Furton
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 400 (7), 1817, 2011
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