criminalistic HW

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? Sample # 1: This drug presents with a low to moderate potential for physical dependence or a high psychological dependence and is currently accepted for medical use in the United States. Provide an example of a potential drug that may be found in this Schedule. What are some of the symptoms (both physical and psychological) that may be seen in conjunction with this drug? Sample # 2: This drug presents with a low potential for abuse and is approved for medical use in the United States. It also has a lower potential for dependency issues as compared to Schedule IV drugs. Provide an example of a potential drug that may be found in this Schedule. What are some of the symptoms (both physical and psychological) that may be seen in conjunction with this drug? Sample # 3: This drug presents with a high abuse potential and has no current accepted medical use in the United States. Provide an example of a potential drug that may be found in this Schedule. What are some of the symptoms (both physical and psychological) that may be seen in conjunction with this drug? 2. Explain the benefits and potential drawbacks of using the following laboratory applications when it comes to drug identification in the crime lab: Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, Spectrophotometry, Microcrystalline Tests, and Color Tests.

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