Flow-injection spectrophotometric methods for the determination of tenoxicam

Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis
M S GarcíaM J Gimenez

Abstract

Two sensitive and rapid flow-injection spectrophotometric methods are proposed for the determination of tenoxicam (TX). In the first method, a Fe(III)-tenoxicam complex is formed in a methanolic medium and the absorbance is measured at 540 nm, while the second method involves measurement of the absorbance at 355 nm of a solution containing the drug in hydrochloric acid medium. In both methods, the peak heights were proportional to tenoxicam concentration over the ranges 7.0-320 and 0.5-8.5 mg/l(-1), respectively. The methods have been applied to the routine determination of the drug in dosage forms.

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Jan 24, 2004·Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis·Magda H BararyTarek S Belal
Dec 13, 2006·Analytical Sciences : the International Journal of the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry·Idrees F Al-Momani
Jun 23, 2000·The Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology·A K SinglaA Singh

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