Chromato-photocolorimetric determination of digoxin
Procedures have been developed for the quantitative determination of digoxin as such and in solutions for injection and tablets by a chromato-photocolorimetric method with the aid of which it is possible to obtain reliable results with adequate accuracy. The relative error of the determination does not exceed ±4.0%.
KeywordsOrganic Chemistry Relative Error Digoxin Quantitative Determination Adequate Accuracy
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