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In pharmaceutics field many drugs are available in crystalline solid form for oral dosage due to its chemical stability, storage
and easy handling. This paper deals the crystalline form of an Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) of Paracetamol and
Aspirin by slow evaporation technique using ethanol as a solvent to analyze and compare its physicochemical properties. Good
quality of bio medical drug crystals was grown within three weeks and its stability was analyzed by thermal studies. The unit cell
parameters of the grown crystals were determined by single crystal and powder X-Ray diffraction studies. Complete vibrational
assignment of the various functional groups present in the crystalline drug substance was identified by FTIR studies. Optical and
dielectric studies were also carried out to the grown crystals. It is found that both the APIs are crystallized well and it belongs to
thermodynamically stable form of monoclinic system.
Ch. Teja is currently pursuing her 2nd year M. Pharmacy in Pharmaceutical Regulatory Affairs from JSS University, Mysore. She has done her
graduation from the same college i.e. JSS College of Pharmacy, Mysore, Karnataka. She published 2 articles in reputed journals titled ?Comparative
Study of In- Process and Finished Products Quality Control Tests of Indian Pharmacopoeia, British Pharmacopoeia & United States Pharmacopoeia
for Capsules and Liquid Orals? and ?New Era in US Prescription Drug Labeling? Which was also presented as a poster in 63rd IPC. And also attended
Indo- American Pharmaceutical Regulatory Symposium- 2011 and presented a poster on ?Indian Regulations on Cosmetics?.
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