1. Using the following information provided on various drug samples, which drug schedule would each of the possible samples be categorized under according to the Controlled Substances Act? Why?
a. This drug has a high potential for psychological dependence, it currently has accepted medical uses in the United States, and the distributor is not required to report to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA).
b. This drug has medical use in the United States, is not limited by manufacturing quotas, and may be exported without permit.
c. The drug must be stored in a vault or safe, requires separate record keeping, and my be distributed without a prescription.
d. This drug may not be imported or exported without a permit, is subject, to manufacturing quotas, and currently has no medical use in the United States.
2. Explain how each of the following laboratory tests or analyses is used in the process of drug identification: Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, Spectrophotometry, Microcrystalline Tests, and Color Tests.
3. You are investigating a hit-and-run accident and have identified the suspect vehicle. Describe how you would collect paint to determine whether the suspect vehicle was involved in the accident Be sure to indicate the tools you would use and the steps you would take to prevent cross-contamination.
please only use following resources
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Harper, L., Powell, J., & Pijl, E. M. (2017). An overview of forensic drug testing methods and their suitability for harm reduction point-of-care services. Harm reduction journal, 14(1), 52. doi: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12954-017-0179-5
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