Standard Methods of Medicinal Plants and Drug Analysis

Standard Methods of Medicinal Plants and Drug Analysis
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Standard Methods of Medicinal Plants and Drug Analysis

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Preface Analysis is very essential in pharmaceutical and quantitative analysis of drugs and herbal products. In pharmaceutical it is essential to have sensitive, precise and accuracy for developed analytical method and quality control. Qualit control is necessary to improve quality of pharmaceutical and foods for improve human health. The authors are thankful to Dr. V. K. Agarwal Chairman, IET group of Institutions, Alwar for immense support. The authors are thankful to Prof. Dr. G. Jeyabalan Principal and Dr. Rajesh Yadav Vice Principal , Dr. Habibullaha HOD Pharma. Chemistry , Alwar Pharmacy College, Alwar for there constant encouragement and moral support. The authors are extremely thankful to their family members for the constant encouragement. This is mainly designed for students of undergraduate and post graduate level in pharmacy and other facilities. It is also useful for analytical chemist and quality control laboratorys. The book covers the of fundamental aspects of qualitative analysis, volumetric analysis ,electrochemical methods,QC QA and standard methods of analysis of medicinal plants and drugs. My sincere thanks are due to my colleagues for their valuable comments and suggestions. Suggestions or further improvement are welcome and will be appreciated. NARENDRA KUMAR NYOLA
Contents 1. Drug Analysis................................................................ 1 Introduction .............................................................................. 1 Classification of Analytical Methods ...................................... 2 General Classification .............................................................. 2 Scientific Classification ........................................................... 3 Modern Classification .............................................................. 4 Selection of a Method for Analysis ......................................... 4 Repeatability ............................................................................. 4 Reproducibility .......................................................................... 4 Simplicity ................................................................................... 5 Ruggedness ............................................................................... 5 Specificity, Selectivity and Interference ................................. 5 Sensitivity .................................................................................. 5 Precision and Accuracy ........................................................... 6 Range of Application ................................................................ 6 Toxicity and Hazards ............................................................... 6 Time Cycle ................................................................................. 6 Cost of Analysis ........................................................................ 6
2. Fundamentals of Analysis............................................. 7 Solution Concentration ............................................................ 7 Normality .................................................................................. 7 Equivalent Weight .................................................................... 7