Pharmaceutical Analysis-II - Theory
NOTE:(Following topics should be covered with due consideration of pharmacopoeial applications and numerical)
1. Basics of instrumental analytical methods: Advantages, limitations,validation,signal to noise ratio.
2. Chromatography: Classification, theories, retention mechanism, separation efficiency, methodology an pharmacopoeial applications of column, paper and thin layer chromatography.
3. Electroanalytical methods: Basics of electroanalytical methods
3.1 coductometry: Conductances, factors affecting conductance, Kohlrausch law,conductivity cells, applications
3.2 potentiometry and pH metric methods: Standard reduction potentials, various electrodes, electrodes and cell potential, applications of potentiometry
and pH metry.
3.3 polarography, amperometry, biamperometry: Basics of current flow in
polarography, dropping mercury electrode, diffusion current, half wave
potential, modifications like pulsed and differential pulse polarography,
stripping voltametry, biamperometric titration, amperometric titration.
4. Calorimetry: Types, thermogravimetric analysis, differential scanning calorimetry, differential thermal analysis, melting point, etc. and their applications
5. Polarimetry: Polarimeter, qualitative and quantitative applications.
Pharmaceutical Analysis-II - Practicals
Quantitative analysis of different compounds involving following techniques:
3. PH metry
5. Column chromatography
6. Thin layer chromatography
7. Paper chromatography
8. Polarography, amperometric and biamperometry
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