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B Pharm Instrumental Method Of Analysis Unit 4 PDF Notes


B-Pharmers, get ready to shrink down and race through molecules in B Pharm Instrumental Method Of Analysis Unit 4 PDF Notes: Gas Chromatography (GC)! Imagine vaporizing your samples and sending them on a high-speed chase through a heated column. Different molecules travel at different speeds based on their interactions with the stationary phase, separating like runners on a track. We'll delve into the theory, instrumentation, and even explore how we sometimes need to dress up our molecules (derivatization) to improve their separation game. Buckle up as we learn about temperature programming, where we adjust the heat to fine-tune the race. Finally, we'll weigh the pros and cons of GC and see it in action for various pharmaceutical applications. Don't forget High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), where liquids do the racing instead of gases! We'll explore its principles, instrumentation, and advantages, giving you a broader toolkit for your analytical adventures. By the end of this unit, you'll be a chromatography master, separating, identifying, and analyzing molecules with speed and precision!


B Pharm Instrumental Method Of Analysis Notes
B Pharm Instrumental Method Of Analysis Notes

B Pharm Instrumental Method Of Analysis PDF Notes


Unit 4


Gas chromatography - Introduction, theory, instrumentation, derivatization, temperature programming, advantages, disadvantages and applications

High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC)-Introduction, theory, instrumentation, advantages and applications.



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