Ira S. Lurie

Forensic Sciences George Washington University, Washington, DC, United States 
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Appia-Kusi V, Lurie IS. (2023) Utility of "flip-flop" chromatography employing silica hydride stationary phases with simultaneous photodiode array ultraviolet and single quadrupole mass detection for the analysis of seized drugs. Journal of Chromatography. A. 1707: 464294
Langford JB, Lurie IS. (2021) Use of micro, capillary, and nano liquid chromatography for forensic analysis. Journal of Separation Science
Young GM, Lurie IS. (2021) Recent forensic applications of enhanced chromatographic separation methods. Journal of Separation Science
Steiner A, Lurie I. (2021) Applicability of liquid and supercritical fluid chromatographic separation techniques with diode array ultraviolet detection for forensic analysis Forensic Chemistry. 26: 100359
May MC, Pavone DC, Lurie IS. (2020) The separation and identification of synthetic cathinones by portable low microflow liquid chromatography with dual capillary columns in series and dual wavelength ultraviolet detection. Journal of Separation Science. 43: 3756-3764
Ploumen C, Marginean I, Lurie IS. (2020) The utility of silica hydride based stationary phases for dual-mode ultra high performance liquid chromatography separation of synthetic cathinone positional isomers. Journal of Separation Science
Buchalter S, Marginean I, Yohannan J, et al. (2019) Gas chromatography with tandem cold electron ionization mass spectrometric detection and vacuum ultraviolet detection for the comprehensive analysis of fentanyl analogues. Journal of Chromatography. A
Angi C, Lurie I, Marginean I. (2019) Analysis of Fentanyl Derivatives by Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography with Diode Array Ultraviolet and Single Quadrupole Mass Spectrometric Detection. Journal of Separation Science
Tremeau-Cayel L, Carnes S, Schanfield MS, et al. (2018) A comparison of single quadrupole mass detection and diode array ultraviolet detection interfaced to ultra-high performance supercritical chromatography for the quantitative analysis of synthetic cathinones. Journal of Chromatography. B, Analytical Technologies in the Biomedical and Life Sciences. 1091: 96-100
Levitas MP, Andrews E, Lurie I, et al. (2018) Discrimination of synthetic cathinones by GC-MS and GC-MS/MS using cold electron ionization. Forensic Science International. 288: 107-114
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