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These notes are designed according to the PCI syllabus for M.Pharmacy (Master of Pharmacy) students in India, so all M.Pharmacy students in India can make use of them.
Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques is a subject that is common to all specializations in the M.Pharmacy course in India, except for Regulatory Affairs and Pharmacy Practice, in the 1st semester.
Modern Pharmaceutical Analytical Techniques notes are written in simple language, providing a concise overview of advanced analytical instrumental techniques used in the identification, characterization, and quantification of drugs. The focus is on several key instruments, including NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance), Mass Spectrometry, IR (Infrared Spectroscopy), HPLC (High-Performance Liquid Chromatography), and GC (Gas Chromatography).
The objectives of these notes are twofold. Firstly, students will gain knowledge about Chemicals and Excipients, which are important components of pharmaceutical formulations. Secondly, they will develop the necessary skills to analyze various drugs in both single and combination dosage forms.
The notes aim to equip students with both theoretical and practical proficiency in utilizing these analytical instruments. By the end of the notes, students will have a solid understanding of the principles behind the instruments and will be capable of effectively employing them for drug analysis.
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1) UV-Visible spectroscopy:
2) IR spectroscopy:
4) Flame emission spectroscopy and atomic absorption spectroscopy:
5) NMR spectroscopy:
6) Mass Spectroscopy:
- Paper chromatography
- Thin Layer chromatography
- Ion exchange chromatography
- Column chromatography
- Gas chromatography
- High-Performance Liquid chromatography
- Affinity chromatography
- Paper electrophoresis
- Gel electrophoresis
- Capillary electrophoresis
- Zone electrophoresis
- Moving boundary electrophoresis
- Isoelectric focusing