PMID: 3530682Sep 1, 1986Paper

An updated pKa listing of medicinal compounds

Drug Intelligence & Clinical Pharmacy
G G Raymond, J L Born


A tabulated listing of pKa values is presented for 87 medicinal compounds commercially marketed since 1978. Medicinal compounds are listed alphabetically under their respective generic name. The pKa values reported are listed as either acid or base depending upon the ionization characteristics of the functional group corresponding to the respective pKa value.


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