Introduction to drug analysis report

Introduction to drug analysis report

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DRY AND WET TESTS

Textbook for degree course in PHARMACY

TITLE: DRUG ANALYSIS REPORT (First Revised Edition November 2013)
AUTHOR: Simone Rotili
EDITOR: Narcissus
GENDER: Didactic textbook
LIBRARY: Scientific library – For degree course in PHARMACY
LANGUAGE: English
COVER: Bright hardcover
FORMAT: 17 x 24 cm
ILLUSTRATIONS: Colored
PAGES: 220
PRICE HARDCOVER: 74,90€
PRICE E-BOOK: 26,99€
ISBN COD : 9788868851927

 

 

INTRODUCTION TO DRUG ANALYSIS REPORT

How is this report set up?

This report consists of four parts.

4 PARTS

Part I – Cation analysis
Part II – Anion analysis
Part III – 1st & 2nd group of cations
Part IV – 3rd & 4th group of cations

Each part is divided into three sections:

1. DIAGRAMS OF THE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE

Which shows the most schematic summary to perform an analysis, and introduces you to what you are going to learn in the following chapters. This diagrams are the ones used in the labs to curry on the analysis.

2. REPORT OF THE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE

Which shows step by step the procedures caring of each and every even little observation. Sections 2 are made up of Chapters.

CHAPTERS

The report is made up of the several chapters; each chapter correspond to a peculiar analysis.

PARAGRAPHS

Each chapter (which means each peculiar analysis) of this report is made up of only three paragraphs. This can facilitate you to curry on your analysis, and to permeate deeply the content of the analysis.

1. PURPOSE OF THE ANALYSIS AND THEORY.

2. WHAT DO WE NEED? – TOOLS, CHEMICALS AND PREPARATORY PROCEDURE.

3. TESTING PROCEDURE – EXPECTATIONS AND CHEMICAL REPORT OF THE OBSERVATION.

The third paragraph of each and every chapter of this book has got a homogenous structure for the second third and fourth part; it is subdivided in STEPS and each step consists of the true report.

Let’s see, what does a step consist on, and how it is set up.

STEPS

Each step consists of a reaction that occurs. Washing, boiling, cooling down, keeping constant volume, ext. are described within other steps because they usually are essential to allow a reaction to occur; but if they represent a full reaction themselves, so they are presented as a single step. Each step of the testing procedure in a scientific report must follow this analytical way of reasoning for each and everything you do into the lab, you must answer to the following questions with the purpose to understand what you are doing.

  • What have I done?
  • What was I supposed to see?
  • What I have seen!
  • Explanations of what I have seen – chemical reactions that have occurred.

When you are performing an analysis you should ask and answer by yourself to the previous questions. In this report the answers to this questions are shown, to let you learn in the best way what are you doing and looking for, and to show you how to work into a lab.

3. CHEMICAL REACTIONS IN BRIEF

Which summarizes the steps treated in the entire part, with particular attention to the chemical transformation.

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DRY AND WET TESTS

Textbook for degree course in PHARMACY

How is this report set up?

This report consists of four parts.

4 PARTS

Part I – Cation analysis
Part II – Anion analysis
Part III – 1st & 2nd group of cations
Part IV – 3rd & 4th group of cations

Each part is divided into three sections:

1. DIAGRAMS OF THE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE

Which shows the most schematic summary to perform an analysis, and introduces you to what you are going to learn in the following chapters. This diagrams are the ones used in the labs to curry on the analysis.

2. REPORT OF THE ANALYTICAL PROCEDURE

Which shows step by step the procedures caring of each and every even little observation. Sections 2 are made up of Chapters.

CHAPTERS

The report is made up of the several chapters; each chapter correspond to a peculiar analysis.

PARAGRAPHS

Each chapter (which means each peculiar analysis) of this report is made up of only three paragraphs. This can facilitate you to curry on your analysis, and to permeate deeply the content of the analysis.

1. PURPOSE OF THE ANALYSIS AND THEORY.

2. WHAT DO WE NEED? – TOOLS, CHEMICALS AND PREPARATORY PROCEDURE.

3. TESTING PROCEDURE – EXPECTATIONS AND CHEMICAL REPORT OF THE OBSERVATION.

The third paragraph of each and every chapter of this book has got a homogenous structure for the second third and fourth part; it is subdivided in STEPS and each step consists of the true report.

Let’s see, what does a step consist on, and how it is set up.

STEPS

Each step consists of a reaction that occurs. Washing, boiling, cooling down, keeping constant volume, ext. are described within other steps because they usually are essential to allow a reaction to occur; but if they represent a full reaction themselves, so they are presented as a single step. Each step of the testing procedure in a scientific report must follow this analytical way of reasoning for each and everything you do into the lab, you must answer to the following questions with the purpose to understand what you are doing.

  • What have I done?
  • What was I supposed to see?
  • What I have seen!
  • Explanations of what I have seen – chemical reactions that have occurred.

When you are performing an analysis you should ask and answer by yourself to the previous questions. In this report the answers to this questions are shown, to let you learn in the best way what are you doing and looking for, and to show you how to work into a lab.

3. CHEMICAL REACTIONS IN BREAF

Which summarizes the steps treated in the entire part, with particular attention to the chemical transformation.

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