Defence Research Establishment Suffield (DRES) is actively involved in the development and evaluation of new analytical methods for the detection and identification of chemical warfare agents, their degradation products and related compounds. These methods are used for the analysis of samples collected in support of the Canadian Forces and have application in arms control verification. DRES analytical methods are published regularly in the open literature along with the methods developed by others involved in chemical warfare agent sample preparation and analysis. DRES retains printed copies of all publications in the database and regularly updates the bibliographic information from these papers into Procite, a computer searchable bibliographic database program. The DRES Chemical Warfare Agent Literature Database of Analytical Methods contains bibliographic information for more than 260 publications, and is available on request in hardcopy form or as a Procite, Word or Wordperfect file.
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