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Dr Ruth Croxton

Assistant Professor

Department: Applied Sciences

Ruth Croxton

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  • Use of strontium isotope ratios in the geolocation of Guatemalan population: potential role in identification of remains, Austin, R., Fowler, G., Cooper, J., Perez Tanchez, M., Croxton, R., Evans, J., Thompson, D. 1 Sep 2022, In: Journal of Forensic Sciences
  • An evaluation of inkjet printed amino acid fingerprint test targets for ninhydrin process monitoring − and some observations, Croxton, R., Kent, T., Littlewood, A., Smith, M. 1 Apr 2021, In: Forensic Science International
  • Analysis of omeprazole and esomeprazole obtained from traditional pharmacies and unlicensed internet websites using Raman spectroscopy, 1H-NMR and chemometric analysis, Bellia, G., Gil-Ramirez, G., Baron, M., Croxton, R., Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. 1 Jan 2020, In: Vibrational Spectroscopy
  • A study of in vitro metabolism and cytotoxicity of mephedrone and methoxetamine in human and pig liver models using GC/MS and LC/MS analyses, Alshamaileh, M., Hussain, I., Baron, M., Croxton, R., Vetter, M., Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. 23 Dec 2020, In: Open Chemistry
  • The forensic exploitation of fingermark chemistry: A review, Croxton, R., Bleay, S., Bailey, M., Francese, S. 28 Oct 2020, In: WIREs Forensic Science
  • Composition and properties of fingermarks, Croxton, R., Bleay, S., De Puit, M. 27 Mar 2018, Fingerprint Development Techniques, Wiley
  • Fingerprint Development Techniques: Theory and Application, Bleay, S., Croxton, R., De Puit, M. 25 Mar 2018
  • Animals can assign novel odours to a known category, Wright, H., Wilkinson, A., Croxton, R., Graham, D., Harding, R., Hodkinson, H., Keep, B., Cracknell, N., Zulch, H. 1 Dec 2017, In: Scientific Reports
  • An investigation of digoxin by cyclic voltammetry using gold and silver solid electrodes and chemometric analysis, Bellia, G., Corrall, H., Baron, M., Croxton, R., Gonzalez-Rodriguez, J. 1 Apr 2017, In: International Journal of Electrochemical Science
  • Microcrystalline testing used in combination with Raman micro-spectroscopy for absolute identification of novel psychoactive substances, Elie, L., Elie, M., Cave, G., Vetter, M., Croxton, R., Baron, M. 1 Nov 2016, In: Journal of Raman Spectroscopy

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