Pharmaceutical Analysis - I

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All B. Pharmacy books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789351645313
Author: Ms. Vandana Gawande
Number of Pages 163
Edition Fifth Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Pharmaceutical Analysis - I by Ms. Vandana Gawande
Book Summary:

It gives me immense pleasure to keep first edition of this book in front of you. With this book I would like to welcome pharmacy students to the fascinating world of analytical chemistry. This book aims to be a starting point for pharmacy students to develop interest and clear basic concepts involved in analytical chemistry. It is structured exactly as per syllabus of Savitribal Phule Pune University and contents are covered in the simple language. With the advent of sophisticated analytical instruments although modern techniques have replaced volumetric and gravimetric techniqes, with the knowledge of basic and fundamental principles contained in this book students will be able to step on systematic study of modern analytical chemistry as preparation of definate molar solutions is integral part of any analysis, even statitstical data obtained is meaningless without its correct interpretation.

Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B. Pharma students.
Table of Contents:

1. Introduction to Analytical Chemistry

2. Introduction to Statistical Treatment of Analytical Data

3. Acid Base Titration

4. Non-aqueous Acid Base Titration

5. Precipitation Reactions and Titration

6. Complexometric Reactions and Titration

7. Oxidation - Reduction Reactions and Titration

8. Gravimetric Methods