Aqueous and Non-Aqueous Titrimetric Method

Aprotic solvents are nonpartisan, synthetically latent substances, for example, benzene and chloroform. They have a low dielectric consistent, don't respond with either acids or bases and in this manner don't support ionization. The way that picric corrosive gives a lacklustre arrangement in benzene which gets to be distinctly yellow on including aniline demonstrates that picric corrosive is not separated in benzene arrangement furthermore that within the sight of the base aniline it works as a corrosive, the improvement of yellow shading being because of development of the picrate particle. Since separation is not a fundamental preparatory to balance, aprotic solvents are regularly added to "ionizing" solvents to discourage solvolysis (which is practically identical to hydrolysis) of the balance item thus hone the endpoint. 

  • Physical and chemical characteristic of the drug molecule
  • Lowry and bronsted’s theory
  • Analysis of liquid and solid dosage forms
  • Effects of temperature on assay
  • Protogenic and Amphiprotic solvents

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