Recent advances in the analytical methodology of some clinically important compounds

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A. Kattiappurathu Valsalan (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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Harvey Herman

Abstract: Here we have endeavored to document the recent advance,, developments, and modification, of the analytical methodology of some of the clinically important compounds. Selectivity has been exercised to limit the survey and evaluation only to a very few compounds, specifically vitamin B1, vitamin B6, carbonates, and phosphates. They have been chosen by virtue of their importance in clinical or pharmaceutical chemistry. First of all, the analytical methods for the compounds in question are not highly accurate, as the methods quite often are cumbersome and time consuming. Secondly, it is our hope that this would prove to be an excellent guide for future scientists who are interested in doing further study in this field. We have discussed the chemical basis of the analytical methods. Instrumental and procedural details have been kept to a minimum. It is difficult to draw a demarcation line between the old and the recent developments. But emphasis has been given to the publications that have appeared during the last decade and a half and up to December, 1975, and at the same time we have selected earlier references whenever it was pertinent.

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Language: English
Date: 1976
Chemistry, Analytic
Vitamin B1
Vitamin B6

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