Pharmaceutical Assaying

Titration is a laboratory method used to determine the unknown concentration of a reactant. This is a delicate procedure that requires patience and good observation skills during procedure. Usually, an indicator is used in titration to determine the endpoint of the reaction. Once the endpoint volume is found, mathematics can be used to determine the concentration of the unknown. This procedure is commonly used in the field of analytical method of analysis. In polarography, the electric potential (i.e. voltage) of a growing mercury drop in an electrolyte containing an electro active species is varied as a function of time and the resulting current due to the electrochemical reaction is measured. Polarography is a method employing the measurement of absorbance of a reaction mixture. It is the simplest method used and is employed by a large number of instruments such as a colorimeter, semi auto analyser, auto analyser. Common chromatographic techniques are column chromatography, HPLC, gas chromatography, thin layer chromatography are commonly used other techniques are use instantly.

Pharmaceutical Analysis determines the quality of drug products via analytical chemistry. This course will introduce areas such as method validation, handling raw materials and finished products, documentations, inspections that impact the development of pharmaceutical products. Throughout this course, critical cGMPs regulations, FDA guidances and ICH Quality guidelines will be discussed specifically emphasizing procedures to help individuals to maintain a high level of compliance that rounds the laboratory environment.

  • Titration Methods
  • Chromatographic Techniques
  • Spectrophotometry
  • Electrochemical Method of Analysis
  • Thermal Method of Analysis
  • Polarography

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