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Improvement of end-point detection in the non-aqueous titration of sulphacetamide sodium

Talanta

Apr 1, 1984

S A SolimanM Bediar

PMID: 18963589

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The sluggish end-point in the non-aqueous titration of sulphacetamide sodium in glacial acetic acid can be improved by addition of acetic anhydride to the titration medium, and selective determination of sulphacetamide sodium in presence of phenylephrine hydrochloride in eye drops then ...read more

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Phenylephrine Hydrochloride
Phenyltoloxamine citrate
Sulfacetamide Sodium
Titration Method
Eye drops brand of Tetrahydrozoline
Antihistamines
Acetic Acid
Acetic anhydride
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Improvement of end-point detection in the non-aqueous titration of sulphacetamide sodium

Talanta

Apr 1, 1984

S A SolimanM Bediar

PMID: 18963589

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Abstract

The sluggish end-point in the non-aqueous titration of sulphacetamide sodium in glacial acetic acid can be improved by addition of acetic anhydride to the titration medium, and selective determination of sulphacetamide sodium in presence of phenylephrine hydrochloride in eye drops then ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Phenylephrine Hydrochloride
Phenyltoloxamine citrate
Sulfacetamide Sodium
Titration Method
Eye drops brand of Tetrahydrozoline
Antihistamines
Acetic Acid
Acetic anhydride

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A note on the titration of sulphonamides in non-aqueous solvents

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Titrations of barbiturates and sulfa drugs in 3-methyl-2-oxazolidone

Journal of Pharmaceutical SciencesJuly 1, 1974
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