Feb 1, 1976

Fluorescence of hydralazine in concentrated sulfuric acid

Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences
D V NaikS G Schulman

Abstract

Hydralazine shows intense fluorescence at 353 nm in concentrated sulfuric acid when excited at 320 nm. This fluorescence can be utilized for the quantitative analysis of the drug in dosage forms.

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Sulfuric acid
Fluorescence
Hydralazine
Hydrogen-Ion Concentration
Nepresol
Black Light, Ultraviolet
Sulfuric Acids

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