Quantification of Drugs by Proton NMR Incorporated Internal Standard Method
 
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Department of Chemistry, University of Pune, (MS) India-411007
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Satish K. Pardeshi   

Department of Chemistry, University of Pune, (MS) India-411007
Publication date: 2017-10-04
 
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2014;9(1):1–7
 
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Quantitative Proton NMR (qNMR) by using internal standard method is reported for quantification of drugs. 1, 4-Bis-Trimethylsilanyl-benzene is used as an internal standard for quantification of some commonly used drugs. It resulted in good quantitative estimation, and complies less than 1% with HPLC. An effort towards substantial advantageous application of quantitative NMR is reported.
 
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