Free download Pharmaceutical Analysis: A Textbook for Pharmacy Students and Pharmaceutical Chemists (3rd edition) authored by David G. Watson in pdf.
The fundamental principles of obtaining reliable analytical data do not change, but some instrumental methods have changed greatly in the 12 years since the first edition – none more so than mass spectrometry. The chapter on mass spectrometry has been completely rewritten to reflect these extensive changes in instrumentation.
High-pressure liquid chromatography remains at the heart of pharmaceutical analysis and its most up-to-date version, ultra-high-pressure liquid chromatography, is becoming more widely adopted since it can offer faster analyses. Chapter 12 has been revised to reflect recent developments in liquid chromatography.
Chapter 8 on nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (NMR) has been extensively revised by Dr Edrada-Ebel, who is a more frequent practitioner of the art than I. Since NMR is the most complex analytical technique, a chapter written by an expert seems most appropriate.
Changes have also been made to Chapters 1, 3 and 11. The promised advance in techniques with potential for use in direct process control such as near infra red spectroscopy (NIRS) has been slow, so this section has not been revised. It is to be hoped that perhaps for the next edition I will be able to write an account of how NIRS process control has revolutionised pharmaceutical manufacture.
- Control of the quality of analytical methods
- Physical and chemical properties of drug molecules
- Titrimetric and chemical analysis methods
- Ultraviolet and visible spectroscopy
- Infrared spectrophotometry
- Atomic spectrophotometry
- Molecular emission spectroscopy
- Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
- Mass spectrometry
- Chromatographic theory
- Gas chromatography
- High-performance liquid chromatography
- Thin-layer chromatography
- High-performance capillary electrophoresis
- Extraction methods in pharmaceutical analysis
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