From: "Hakkinen, Pertti (NIH/NLM) [E]" <hakkinenp**At_Symbol_Here**MAIL.NLM.NIH.GOV>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Possible help for a former student of mine. Question about a method using FTIR for transfluthin.
Date: Wed, 2 Mar 2016 20:09:03 +0000
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Dear DCHAS Listserv members. LCDR Carlis Brown is a former student of mine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences. He now works at the Naval Medical Research Unit in Dayton, Ohio.  I think that some of you might be able to help him and have provided his full request and contact information below.


I am in need of a reference.  I am doing some pesticide work and looking at different analytical methods.  I came across a reference for an analysis method published by the Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council (CIPAC).  They are an international, non-profit-oriented and non-governmental organization that publishes materials on the analysis of pesticides.  One of their handbooks (Handbook K) has been referenced as having published a method using FTIR for transfluthrin.  Our lab does a lot of work with FTIRs so I am very interested in reviewing their published method to see if it is something we could run.  This resource is not readily available and I am on a fairly short timeline.  Page 121 in CIPAC Handbook K is referenced for the IR Spectra for transfluthrin but I am not certain on the page.

Carlis Brown
Dept HD, Inhalation Toxicology
Naval Medical Research Unit Dayton
2729 R Street, Bldg 837, Area B
WPAFB, Ohio 45433-5707
Phone: (937)904-9436 (DSN: 674-9436)
Email: carlis.brown**At_Symbol_Here**



Bert Hakkinen

Pertti (Bert) J. Hakkinen, Ph.D., F-SRA -
Acting Head, Office of Clinical Toxicology -
Specialized Information Services -
National Library of Medicine -
National Institutes of Health
Adjunct Associate Professor in Department of Preventive Medicine and Biostatistics -
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences (USU)



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