Following are Research Articles associated with keyword Spectrophotometry
Wieslawa Misiuk Sensitive spectrophotometric methods for quantitative determination of Chlorprothixene in pharmaceutical dosage form. Pak J Pharm Sci Apr - Apr 2006;19(2):87-94.
Abdel Aziz Wahbi, Ekram Hassan, Dalia Hamdy, Essam Khamis, Magda Barary Spectrophotometric methods for the determination of Ibuprofen in tablets. Pak J Pharm Sci Oct - Oct 2005;18(4):1-6.
Iqbal Azhar, Farah Mazhar, Qazi Nawab Manzar, Iftekhar Hussain, Sumbul Shamim Colorimetric determination of Indolic drugs. Pak J Pharm Sci Apr - Apr 2005;18(2):48-51.
Faiyaz H M Vaid, Aminuddin M, Karamat Mehmood o-Phthalaldehyde based Spectrophotometric determination of Sulfonamides. Pak J Pharm Sci Jul - Jul 2004;17(2):77-84.
Muhammad Haroon Hamid, Akmal Laeeq Chishti, Asim Mumtaz, Sajjad Hussain, Sajid Maqbool Bilirubin estimation in neonatal jaundice: comparative study between autoanalyze (Diazo- method) and Bilirubinometer (Direc Photometric method). Pak Paed J Jun 2003;27(2):68-73.
Rabia Farid Khan, Ayeza Sarwar Sped, Khalid Farooq, Shahnaz Javed Khan, Shahnaz javed Khan A Study of Serum Zinc Level in Myocardial Infarction. Ann King Edward Med Uni Jan - Mar 2001;7(1):4-5.
Zahida Khalid, Fahim Uddin, Rehana Saeed, Farah Zeeshan Kinetics of Bromination of Safranine by Peroxydisulphate ion in presence of Bromide ion. Pak J Pharm Sci Jul - Jul 2000;13(2):45-51.
S Ali, Mohammad S N Rana Spectrophotometric Determination of Nicotine in Different Varieties of Tobacco. Pak J Health Jun 1999;36(1-2):27-35.
Farooq R Soomro Staining Mycobacterium Lepre with Carbolfuchsin: Properties of solution prepared with different samples of Basic Fuchsin. J Pak Assoc Derma Jul - Sep 1998;8(3):21-5.
Muhammad Nisar Alizai, Wilson M T, Nisar Muhammad Nisar Comparative analysis of pulsed (activated) and resting chicken cytochrome C oxidases with sodium chloride dependence of the enzyme. Pak J Pharm Sci Jul - Jul 1998;11(2):39-48.
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