Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

By Dr. Jyoti Gupta, Mohit Sanduja, Madhuri Grover more
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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All B. Pharmacy books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789386700384
Author: Dr. Jyoti Gupta, Mohit Sanduja, Madhuri Grover
Number of Pages 229
Edition Third Edition
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Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry by Dr. Jyoti Gupta, Mohit Sanduja, Madhuri Grover
Book Summary:
The Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry book has been written, keeping in view the needs and interest of pharmacy students. This book might for some appears to be blend of definition, terminologies and disciplines related to an array of compounds being used therapeutically. It also includes their sources, preparation, chemical structure, identification tests, limit tests and uses in ample details to serve the purpose of pharmacy and general chemistry courses. The prime aim of the authors have always been to keep purity in the subject matter, the various terms which have been introduced and defined in an exact, accurate and lucid manner. Beside this, the entire text has been duly substantiated with figures, tables, classic text, modern presentation and application to appraise the students with relevant and easy-to-grasp content.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for B.Pharma students.
Table of Contents:

1. Impurities in Pharmaceutical Substances

2. Acids, Bases and Buffers, Major Extra and Intra Cellular Electrolytes, and Dental Products

3. Gastrointestinal Agents

4. Miscellaneous Compounds

5. Radiopharmaceuticals



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