Quantitative Determination Of Sitagliptin By Gas Chromatography Using Ethyl Chloroformate As A Derivatizing Reagent In Pure And Pharmaceutical Preparation | 5885
ISSN: 2155-9872

Journal of Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques
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Quantitative determination of sitagliptin by gas chromatography using ethyl chloroformate as a derivatizing reagent in pure and pharmaceutical preparation

3rd International Conference and Exhibition on Analytical & Bioanalytical Techniques

Bandaru Yamini Kausalya Sruthi

Posters: J Anal Bioanal Techniques

DOI: 10.4172/2155-9872.S1.010

Analysis of chemical entities in industries, research laboratories, schools and colleges is a continuous process. Chemical analysis requires use of lot of solvents, reagents, acids, alkalis and energy. After completion of analysis these chemicals are discharged into the environment as effluents. These effluents are harmful to environment and living organisms. Therefore waste treatment is necessary. But this adds to the cost. Reagents, solvents etc are costly which is not affordable to schools and colleges. Therefore attempts are necessary to minimize the use of chemicals and fuel and to reduce the time required. Use of alternative techniques, procedures, catalysts, non-conventional heating sources etc. must be practiced so that whole process can be eco- friendly. While thinking of the experiments in chemistry at school and college levels, it reveals that there are some experiments, procedure of which can be modified to be eco-friendly and cost effective. In red-ox titrations by using bio co-catalyst it is possible to reduce volume of acid catalyst and to prevent the supply of energy(heating). In the present work , use of solanum tuberosum L.(potato tuber) in quantitative estimation involving red-ox reactions is investigated.
M. T. Bachute is presently working as Associate Professor in PG Dept. of Chemistry, KBP Mahavidyalaya, Pandharpur, Dist. Solapur(MS) affiliated to Solapur University, Solapur. He obtained his Ph. D. from Shivaji University, Kolhapur(MS) and on his credit there are 11 research papers published in journals of repute. He has presented 7 research papers in National and International conferences/ seminars.Under his guidance one student completed M. Phil. and at present four students are working for Ph. D. He is member of Senate and Board of Examinations of the Solapur University.