Recommendations for the Design of Chromatographic Techniques
This special issue belongs to
|Journal of Modern Chemistry & Chemical Technology|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2023|
Special Issue Description
Development of analytical procedures utilizing chromatography methods for the quantitative measurement, separation, and purification of complicated mixtures of organic substances.
The flexible techniques of ultra-/high-performance liquid chromatography (UPLC/HPLC) are mostly used for the analysis of assay and organic impurities/related substances/degradation products of a drug substance or drug product or intermediary or raw material of pharmaceuticals.
Only after analyzing the key and crucial separation parameters of chromatography, such as the choice of diluent, wavelength, detector, stationary phase, column temperature, flow rate, solvent system, elution mode, and injection volume, etc., can an appropriate analytical method be devised.
The process of developing an analytical method involves demonstrating that it can be used to accurately estimate the targeted analyte found in pharmaceutical medications in quantitative form. And it primarily contributes significantly to the design and production of medications.
*Parameters *Analytical method *Separation *Purification *Quantitative estimation *Liquid chromatography *Elution mode *Pharmaceuticals drugs *Manufacture
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