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 Journal of Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology
 
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Journal Details
Editorial-Chief A.K. Jaiswal, Ph.D., AIIMS, New Delhi
ISSNp -
ISSNe -
Frequency Semiannual
IC Value IC Value: 2015: 65.70, 2016: 76.58, 2018: 84.36
Impact Factor -
Publishing Year 2015
Affiliated to RFPPL own journal
Readership

Detectives, investigators, researchers, forensic pathologists, forensic scientists, forensic chemists, clinical examiners, lawyers, attorneys, government watchdogs, and manufacturers

Abstracting and Indexing information

Index Copernicus, Poland (IC Value: 2015: 65.70, 2016: 76.58, 2018: 84.36)
Gaudeamus Academia
Science Library Index
International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)

About the Journal

Journal of Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology (JFCT) (pISSN : 2454-9363, eISSN: 2455-8311) is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal and aims to publish the most complete and reliable source of information on the discoveries and current developments in the mode of original articles, review articles, case reports, short communications, etc. in all areas of Forensic Chemistry and Toxicology and making them available online freely without any restrictions or any other subscriptions to researchers worldwide. Forensic chemistry is unique among chemical sciences in that its research, practice, and presentation must meet the needs of both the scientific and the legal communities. As such, forensic chemistry research is applied and derivative by nature and design, and it emphasizes metrology and validation. Forensic chemistry encompasses organic and inorganic analysis, toxicology, arson investigation, and serology. JFCT deals with Forensic Medicine, Forensic Science, Forensic Chemistry, Analytical Toxicology, Analytical Chemistry, DNA Fingerprinting, Sexual Medicine, Environment Medicine etc.

Bibliographic Information

p-ISSN  2454-9363
e-ISSN   2455-8311

Registered with Registrar of Newspapers for India: DELENG/2018/76826

Current Issue Volume 6,Number 1 2020
Original Article
Coping Strategies, After Death Misconceptions and Paranormal Phenomenon amongst Police Officers of Ernakulam, Kerala handling Deceased: A cross sectional study
Adarsh Kumar
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Liver Cirrhosis in Forensic Autopsies in Moscow
Yu E. Morozov
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Pattern of Injuries in Two Wheeler Accidental Deaths in our Experience
P. Vijaya Sagar
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Characteristics of Homicide followed by Suicide Incidence of our Experience
P. Vijaya Sagar
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Gas Chromatography-Headspace (GC-HS) and its significance in Forensic Toxicology
A.K. Jaiswal
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Review Article
Exploring Barriers and Challenges in Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault (DFSA) Cases: A Short Review
Neha Jain
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DNA testing Falsehood: Conditions and Facts
Nidhi Sharma
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Utilizing Simulation Technology to Train Doctors in Indian Society of Toxicology Life Support Course at Poison Control Centre
Vivekanshu Verma
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Case Report
Creatine Creating Muscles or Creating Malady in Indian Youth: Medicolegal Issues
Vivekanshu Verma
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Death due to Accidental Electrocution: Social Aspects: A Case Report
Arijit Dey
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