Liquid Chromatography: Its Use as an Analytical Tool in the Pharmaceutical Laboratory
It may be implied by the title that the pharmaceutical laboratory is faced with measurement problems which differ from those of other analytical laboratories. This is not the case. Basically, we, as all others, are confronted with the problem: How is a component isolated from interferences for its ultimate measurement? The primary difference which exists between the pharmaceutical laboratory and that of a basic chemical industry, is the degree to which a product must be researched.
KeywordsChloroform MeOH Isopropanol Aniline Cyclohexane
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