Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry (Practical)

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Swagatika Dash

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Course Name : Pharmaceutical Inorganic Chemistry (Practical)

Code(Credit) : BPHL1104(0-2-0)

Course Objectives

  • The students will be well acquinted with the principle of limit tests, different classes of inorganic pharmaceuticals and their analysis. The practical paper deals with identification of different anions, cations and different inoganic pharmaceuticals.

Learning Outcomes

  • After the successful completion of the course, students should be able to:
  1. Determine the level of specific impurities in the given inorganic compounds by performing different limit tests.
  2. Use different chemical methods to prepare inorganic pharmaceuticals.
  3. Perform identification tests as per Indian Pharmacopoeia.
  4. Determine the impurities qualitatively be performing tests for purity

Course Syllabus

Limit tests for following ions-

 

  1. Limit test for Chlorides and Sulphates
  2. Modified limit test for Chlorides and Sulphates
  3. Limit test for Iron
  4. Limit test for Heavy metals
  5. Limit test for Lead
  6. Limit test for Arsenic

Identification test-

  1. Magnesium hydroxide
  2. Ferrous sulphate
  3. Sodium bicarbonate
  4. Calcium gluconate
  5. Copper sulphate

Test for purity

  1. Swelling power of Bentonite
  2. Neutralizing capacity of aluminum hydroxide gel
  3. Determination of potassium iodate and iodine in potassium Iodide

Preparation of inorganic pharmaceuticals

  1. Boric acid
  2. Potash alum
  3. Ferrous sulphate

Recommended Books-
1. A.H. Beckett & J.B. Stenlake's, Practical Pharmaceutical Chemistry Vol I & II, Stahlone Press of University of London, 4th edition.
2. A.I. Vogel, Text Book of Quantitative Inorganic analysis

3. Anand & Chatwal, Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
4. Indian Pharmacopoeia

Session Plan

Experiment 1

Limit test for Chlorides and Sulphate

limit test for chlorides

limit test for sulphate

Experiment 2

Limit test for Iron

Experiment 3

Limit test for Heavy metals

Experiment 4

Limit test for Lead

Limit test for lead

Experiment 5

Limit test for Arsenic

Limit test for arsenic

Experiment 6

Identification test of Magnesium hydroxide

Identification test of magnesium hydroxide

Experiment 7

Identification test of Ferrous sulphate

Identification test of ferrous sulphate

Experiment 8

Identification test of Sodium bicarbonate

Identification test of sodium bicarbonate

Experiment 9

Identification test of Calcium gluconate

Identification test of calcium gluconate

Experiment 10

Identification test of Copper sulphate

Experiment 11

Swelling power of Bentonite

Swelling power of bentonite

Experiment 12

Neutralizing capacity of aluminum hydroxide gel

Aluminium_hydroxide

Experiment 13

Determination of potassium iodate and iodine in potassium Iodide

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Experiment 14

Preparation of Boric acid

Preparation of Boric Acid

Experiment 15

Preparation of Potash alum

Preparation of Potash Alum

Experiment 16

Preparation of Ferrous sulphate

Preparation of Ferrous Sulphate

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