The experiments in this Laboratory Manual entitled "Selected Experiments of Pharmaceutics Analysis" is designed to follow the Pharmacy curriculum. However, instructors will sometime vary the order of material covered in lecture and thus certain experiments may come before the concepts illustrated are covered in lecture or after the material has been covered. Some instructor strongly feel that the lecture should lead the laboratory while other instructors just as strongly believe that the laboratory experiments should lead the lecture, and still a third group feel that they should be done concurrently. While there is no "best" way, it is important that you carefully prepare for each experiment by reading the related text material before coming to the laboratory. In this way you can maximize the laboratory experience. Lab. Experiments are categorized according to type of titration or techniques. Each technique is introduced before experiments. In most of the Lab. Experiments, molar solutions are used as followed in recent edition of Indian Pharmacopoeia. Questions are presented throughout each experiment. It is important that you try to answer each question, as it w-ill help you understand the experiment and you do it. Appendices are also included in last for reference at a glance.
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