Laboratory Handbook of Instrumental Drug Analysis
  (Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis)
  by B.G. Nagavi
 
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   ISBN 978-81-85731-75-9; 4th Ed. 2012; pp.88;

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 About The Book  


   “One truly successful laboratory experiment is worth hundred research papers” — D. Dovenport

   The handbook in IDA of APA (Advanced Pharmaceutical Analysis) gives detailed account of each experiment. Principle, Reference, Materials Required, Procedure, Solutions, Standardisation, Instrumentation, Tabulation, Calculation etc. are given in essential detail. At the end of the experiment few questions are given, so that, students can sharpen their knowledge about the experiment.
   In the beginning of the handbook, two pages are devoted to Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) for systematic working in the lab. List of experiments, scheme of evaluation, and Model question paper of annual practical and theory exams are included for students reference and preparation in advance.
   Given also are the list of pure drugs, formulation, instruments, important glasswares and chemicals required for the experiments included in the handbook. This helps to plan the experiments well in advance and to procure the materials before the commencement of the exercise.
   The book is being effectively used by the students of B.Pharm. across the country.

 Content


    Safety Practices in Chemistry Laboratory

    In Case of Accidents

    Good Laboratory Practices

    Weighing Techniques

    Calibration of Fraction Weight Box

    List of Pure Drugs

    List of Formulations

    List of Special Chemicals

    List of Important Instruments/Equipment

    Laboratory Record

EXPERIMENTS

    1. Determination of lmax and Isobestic Point
    2. Ibuprofen Assay by UV-Spectrophotometry
    3. Assay of Reserpine Tabs. I.P. by Spectrophotometry
    4. Albendazole Assay By U.V. Spectroscopy
    5. Assay of Paracetamol by UV Spectroscopy
    6. Assay of Dextrose Injection I.P. by Colorimetry
 
    7. Estimation of Ammonium using Nessler’s Reagent (NR) using Deboscq Colorimeter/Spectronic-
    8. Kinetics of Aspirin Hydrolysis
    9. Determination of Chloride and Sulphate in Ca-gluconate by Nephelo Turbidimetry
    10. Assay of Quinine SO4 by Fluorometry and Effect of pH on Fluorescence
    11. Quenching of Quinine Fluorescence by Iodide ions
    12. Fluorometric Estimation of Vitamin B1
    13. Determination of Na and K by Flame Photometry
    14. Potentiometric Titration 0.1 N HCl Vs 0.1 N NaOH
    15. Assay of Sulphanilamide by Potentiometry using M/10 NaNO2 Solution
    16. Conductometric Titration 0.1 Boric Acid Vs 0.5 N NaOH
    17. Assay of Vitamin C Injection/Powder I.P.
    18. Assay of Analgin Tabs/Powder I.P.
    19. Assay of Trifluoperazine HCl by NAT
    20. Assay of Diphenhydramine HCl by NAT vs HClO4
    21. Assay of Ephedrine HCl by NAT Vs HClO4
    22. Assay of Phenobarbitone Tablets by NAT vs NaOMEe
    23. Assay of Calcium Gluconate (Inj.) by Complexometry
    24. (A) Separation and Identification of Amino acids, by Ascending Paper Chromatography (PC)
          (B) Separation and Identification of Chlorophylls Xanthophylls and Carotenes in Leaves by
               Column Chromatography (CC)
    25. Separation and Identification of Sugars by Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC)
    26. Determination of Water Content by Karl Fischer Electrometric Titration Method
    27. High Voltage Electrophoresis (HVE)
    28. Polarography

         MODEL QUESTION PAPERS
         Practicals