Development of Electrochemical Sensors for Various Pharmaceuticals

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Title: Development of Electrochemical Sensors for Various Pharmaceuticals
Author: Renjini, Joseph; Dr. Girish Kumar, K
Abstract: The development of electrochemical sensors is currently one of the active areas of research in analytical chemistry.Voltammetric sensors as an important class of electrochemical sensors are extensively used in pharmaceutical applications.In voltammetric analysis,many active compounds in dosage forms,in contrast to excipients,can be readily oxidised or reduced at the electrode surface by applying a potential.Chemically modified electrodes have great significance in the electrochemical determination of pharmaceuticals.The modification of electrode results in efficient determination of electroactive species at very lower potential without any major interferences.The present study involves the fabrication of 8 voltammetric sensors for the drugs Metronidazole Benzoate, Sulfamethoxazole, Acyclovir, Pam Chloride , Trimethoprim , Tamsulosin Hydrochloride and Ceftriaxone Sodium.Two sensors were developed for the drug tamsulosin hydrochloride while one sensor each was developed for the other drugs.
Description: Dept.of Applied Chemistry,Cochin University of Science and Technology
URI: http://dyuthi.cusat.ac.in/purl/2941
Date: 2012-01


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