Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry

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Publisher Nirali Prakashan All B. Pharmacy books by Nirali Prakashan
ISBN 9789386353986
Author: Dr. K. G. Bothara
Number of Pages 145
Edition Third Edition
Available in all digital devices
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Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry by Dr. K. G. Bothara
Book Summary:

Although a number of books are available on a subject like 'Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry', this book has been written with an intention to provide the information in an easy and digestable manner to the beginners in this field. The book focuses all such fundamental concepts of inorganic chemistry that apply to medicinal and/or pharmaceutical chemistry.

Although the stress is mainly given on the inorganic substances and their important preparations which are official in pharmacopoeia of India (I.P.), the discussion on the compounds official in other pharmacopoeia (B.P., U.S.P.) has also been included to make the book more versatile. The book also includes general topics of interest such as impurities in pharmaceutical substance, limit tests, principles and techniques of quantitative analysis and radioisotopes in pharmacy. Radio-pharmaceuticals are discussed both as diagnostic and as therapeutic agents.

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

1. Impurities in Pharmaceutical Substances

2. Acids, Bases and Buffers

3. Major Extra and Intracellular Electrolytes

4. Dental Products

5. Gastro-intestinal Agents

6. Expectorants and Emetics

7. Haematinics

8. Poisons and Antidotes

9. Astringents

10. Radiopharmaceuticals