"Tlc Analysis Of Analgesic Drugs" Essays and Research Papers

  • Tlc Analysis Of Analgesic Drugs

    Name: Bill Marano Due Date: 4-1-13 Experiment Title: TLC Analysis of Analgesic Drugs Purpose: The purpose of this experiment is to identify the brand name of an unknown commercial analgesic product by TLC analysis. Unknown #1 solution was run against standard solutions of individual analgesics. The components of the unknown product were identified by comparing characteristic traits, such as Rf, fluorescence and iodine staining, to those exhibited by the standards. The name of the commercial product...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Caffeine 616  Words | 3  Pages

  • TLC Analysis of Analgesic Drugs

    January 24, 2013 TLC Analysis of Analgesic Drugs Introduction: The purpose of this lab was to determine the composition of four different over-the-counter drugs (Anacin, Bufferin, Excedrin, and Tylenol). These compositions were determined by using the method of thin-layer chromatography (TLC) of the four over-the-counter drugs, which were then compared to four different components of drugs (acetaminophen, aspirin, caffeine, and salicylamide). Experiment Scheme1: ...

    Acetic acid, Aspirin, Caffeine 1291  Words | 7  Pages

  • 2a Infrared and Analgesic Drug ID 2

    2a: Infrared Spectroscopy and Analgesic Drug Identification Abstract: To be able to understand how organic soluble compounds could be isolated from non-organic components, a chromatographic separation process was used. The objective of the analgesic drug identification is to isolate the organic compounds/ active ingredients in an unknown drug. The identity of the drug was determined through melting point, percent recover, and Rf values. The comparable data for acetaminophen from the manufacturer...

    Acetic acid, Aspirin, Codeine 1180  Words | 4  Pages

  • Chromatography of Commercial Analgesics

    Chromatographic Analysis of a Commercial Analgesic’s Active Component I. Abstract This study on Chromatographic Analysis of a Commercial Analgesic’s Active Component seeks to separate, identify, quantify and analyze the active component found in Biogesic®, which may be useful for public awareness despite its wide acceptance and availability in the market. Furthermore, this study applies thin layer chromatography (TLC) technique since it is the simplest, cheapest yet most effective approach in...

    Analgesic, Analytical chemistry, Capillary action 1868  Words | 6  Pages

  • TLC experiment

    Maria Sheikh CHEM 3201 Robin Jose September 14th 2014 TLC Analysis of Analgesic Drugs (1a) Abstract: In this experiment, a thin-layer chromatography (TLC) was used to determine the composition of various over-the-counter analgesics.(ACETAMINOPHEN, Acetylsalicylic Acid, Caffeine, and ibuprofen). Chromatography is a technique that we used to separate and identify individual components in a mixture. These chromatography techniques focused on the fact that components of a mixture tend to...

    Acetic acid, Analgesic, Aspirin 759  Words | 5  Pages

  • TLC analysis

    THIN LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY ANALYSIS (TLC) COORDINATORS: ASSOC. PROF. DR. JAMALUDDIN BIN MOHD DAUD ABDUL AZIM ADNAN 1016741 INTRODUCTION TLC chromatography or thin layer chromatography is a type of planar chromatography. TLC is routinely used by researcher in the field of phyto-chemicals, biochemistry etc. to identify the components in a compound mixture like alkaloids, phospholipids, amino acids etc. It is a semi quantitative method of analysis and its sophisticated...

    Acetic acid, Analytical chemistry, Chromatography 1465  Words | 7  Pages

  • Thin Layer Chromatography of the Unknown Analgesic

    Thin Layer Chromatography of the Unknown Analgesic Jessica Bajao*, Phoebe Abalos, Kevin Antiga, Carmelus Aseneta 3-Biology 2 College of Science, University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines Abstract The group used five different analgesics in this experiment: aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, caffeine, and mefenamic acid. Six analgesics were spotted on the TLC plate including the unknown. After the development of the TLC plate, it was placed under ultraviolet light for the spots resulted...

    Analgesic, Analytical chemistry, Chromatography 1192  Words | 5  Pages

  • Isolated Analgesic Drug

    a. Lab experiment title and data: Isolation of the active ingredient in an Analgesic Drug February 12th, 2013 b. Abstract ( purpose): Identify analgesic drugs after isolating the active ingredients from tablets. c. Physical data table Drug | Melting point | Brand names | Acetylsalicylic acid | 135-136 °C | Aspirin, ASA, acetyl salicylic acid, generic aspirin, empirin. | Acetaminophen | 169-170.5 °C | Tylenol, Datril, Panadol, nonaspirin pain reliever. | Ibuprofen | 75-77 °C | Advil...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Codeine 1039  Words | 4  Pages

  • Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis of Drug Components

    EXPERIMENT 15 Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis of Drug Components Experiment Objective: To identify the components of an analgesic drug tablet and then correctly identify the tablet from a group of others with acquired data. Experiment Summary: In this experiment, we use TLC to identify components of an unknown analgesic drug. We prepare a solution of the drug by dissolving part of a tablet in 1:1 ethanol/dichloromethane, then spotting a TLC plate with the solution along with standard...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Caffeine 596  Words | 3  Pages

  • Tlc Analysis of a Drug Component

    To: Wesley Clark From: Lizzie Heath Date: March 4, 2013 Subject: Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis of Drug Components (Experiment #15) The purpose of this experiment is to determine the components of an unknown drug and identify it as one of six (6) commercial drugs by using thin-layer chromatography. I added approximately a quarter of a tablet of acetaminophen, aspirin, caffeine, ibuprofen, salicylamide, and the unknown (#19) to separate test tubes containing 2.5mL of dichloromethane...

    Acetic acid, Aspirin, Chromatography 356  Words | 2  Pages

  • Thin-layer Chromatogragaphy : Analysis of Drug Components

    --- Experiment 1 : Thin-layer Chromatogragaphy : Analysis of Drug Components CHEM221 Date experiment performed : January 20, 2014Date Submitted : January 27, 2014 Introduction This laboratory has its first objective to familiarize with the thin layer chromatography (TLC) technique. Second, each student has to identify the unknown components by comparing it to one of the tree dissolved liquid analgesics: Acetaminophen, Aspirin and Caffeine. Finally, calculating the Rf value by measuring...

    Acetic acid, Capillary action, Chromatography 1084  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chromatography of Commercial Analgesics

    Chromatography of Commercial Analgesics Using the thin layer chromatography the major components of a commercial analgesic tablet will be indentified and purified. The active ingredients of the analgesic used were characterized by comparison with chromatograms of aspirin, acetaminophen, ibuprofen, mefanemic acid, and caffeine through the use of UV chromatography then the Rf value was calculated for each solvent. INTRODUCTION In this experiment, thin-layer chromatography (TLC) will be used to determine...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Capillary action 890  Words | 4  Pages

  • Micro-extraction of urine and/or stomach contents and analysis by TLC

    Micro-extraction of urine and/or stomach contents and analysis by TLC Abstract Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) is one of the oldest chromatographic techniques used for the identification of compounds and for determination of the presence of trace impurities. The aim of the experiment was to determine two unknown samples (X and Y) by comparing results to the known standard drugs, of which there was five, using a specific TLC method. The same technique was used for the determination of...

    Analytical chemistry, Chromatography, Diethyl ether 1351  Words | 6  Pages

  • Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis

    Chromatographic Analysis of Drug Components | Performed on: Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 | | | 5/15/2013 | | Introduction: The goal of this experiment was to identify an unknown analgesic drug through the use of thin-layer chromatography. The drugs used were, Unknown #1, caffeine, aspirin, and acetaminophen. Thin-Layer Chromatography is a technique for identifying substances using a mobile phase (developing solvent) that draws up through a stationary phase (TLC plate) and marks...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Benzene 951  Words | 4  Pages

  • Isolation of the Active Ingredient in an Analgesic Drug

    ingredient in an Analgesic Drug from extraction, filtration and melting point. Chm237 Abstract: Acetaminaphen was crushed then extracted for the active ingredient by mixing it with methanol. Then separated from the binders by centrifugation and a filtration technique using a Pasteur pipet packed with alumina. The remaining solvent was then evaporated to yield the solid analgesic(.2295g, 45.9% yield) which was collected by filtration and tested for the purity of the drug by the melting...

    Analgesic, Codeine, Hydrocodone 783  Words | 4  Pages

  • Isolation of the Active Ingredient in an Analgesic Drug

    Sasha Thiel 09.10.2012 CH203 Lab Experiment 1: Isolation of the Active Ingredient in an Analgesic Drug Pre-Lab: A. Least accurate to most accurate 1. Beakers (5ml markings) 2. 10ml graduated cylinder (0.1 markings) 3. 5ml vials (0.1 and 0.3 markings) 4. 1ml plastic pipets (0.1 ml markings) 5. 1ml syringes (0.1 ml markings) 6. 1ml graduated volumetric pipets (0.01 ml markings) B. A 1ml graduated volumetric pipet is the best to use if you want 0.15 ml of reactant ...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Codeine 1344  Words | 5  Pages

  • Expt 81 Thin Layer Chromatography TLC

     Expt. 8.1 Thin Layer Chromatography (TLC) Analysis of Analgesics Krista Jinks CH 211L Section F 10/27/14 I. Abstract: The objective of this experiment was to analyze analgesic tablets by TLC to determine what analgesics they contain. The analgesics that could be in the tablets included ibuprofen, acetaminophen, aspirin, and caffeine. Through the use of TLC, unknown substance #62 was found to be Bayer Aspirin because it only contained aspirin. II. Introduction: 1. Briefly...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Chromatography 650  Words | 5  Pages

  • Drugs Screen Using Thin Layer Chromatography of Basic Illicit Drugs

    Drugs screen using Thin Layer Chromatography of basic illicit drugs Abstract The majority of evidence submitted to crime labs comes from drug-related crimes. Often, this evidence includes unidentified powders that may be illegal drugs. In order to prosecute individuals for possession of illegal substances, it is necessary for forensic scientists to positively identify any suspected drugs submitted to the laboratory. In addition, forensic toxicologists must determine the identity...

    Chromatography, Drug, Heroin 1226  Words | 5  Pages

  • Anti-Drug Legislation Analysis

    Anti-Drug Legislation Analysis When the top about the problems of drug use and drug related laws emerges, many come up with different feelings and views on the topic which could lead to an argument rather than a discussion. This comes about because many people factor in their past experiences or some just don’t like talking about the topic itself and don’t have an open mind about it. Today there are many people all over the world that are in some way affected by drugs. For example, it could...

    Drug, Drug addiction, Heroin 1156  Words | 4  Pages

  • Analgesics - Essay

    Analgesics Analgesics, or painkillers, come in many varieties. Most consumers know the various brand names, but may not know that they are in different pharmacological classifications. For instance, Tylenol and Motrin are two drugs that behave differently on the human body to achieve similar results. While most consumers do not think about what they put into their bodies, maybe they should. They would find that the various painkillers could markedly affect the body differently. The most popular...

    Analgesic, Aspirin, Celecoxib 753  Words | 3  Pages

  • Chemistry Experiment

    Experiment 1: TLC Analysis of Analgesic Drugs 1/23/2011 Purpose: The goal of this experiment is to test our knowledge and understanding of TLC analysis by having us do a TLC analysis of analgesics to figure out their main chemical components. Calculations: 1.) Rf = Distance spot traveled/ distance solvent traveled Results: Table 1: TLC Analysis Analgesic Drugs | Rf Value | Acetaminophen | 0.323 | Aspirin | 0.597 | Caffeine | 0.081 | Unknown 154 (Plate 1) | 0.081, 0.306, 0.597...

    Acetic acid, Analgesic, Aspirin 732  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lab Report on TLC analisys of Analgestic Drugs

    TLC Analysis of Analgesic Drugs Introduction In this experiment, thin-layer chromatography (TLC) was used to determine the composition of various over-the-counter (OTC) analgesics: Anacin, Bufferin, Excedrin, and Tylenol. The TLC plates were first viewed under ultraviolet (UV) light and then treated with iodine vapor in order to visualize the spotting. Experiment Scheme Initially, sixteen capillary micropipets were created in order to spot the TLC plates. Two TLC plates were then obtained...

    Acetic acid, Analgesic, Aspirin 1262  Words | 9  Pages

  • Drugs

    DRUGS Drug is any substance which is medicinal, intoxicating, enhancing performances or sometimes life threatening when taken orally or by directly injecting into the body. These drugs are not considered as foods. War on drug is a common term applied to the prevention of illegal drugs by using military aid and military intercession in co-operation with the countries with an aim to reduce and prohibit the use of these drugs. Drugs are like pesticides sprayed on the field which has some benefits...

    Arguments for and against drug prohibition, Drug, Drug cartel 1201  Words | 4  Pages

  • Drugs

    Drugs and drug types. Drugs types. | Drugs. | Stimulants. | Amphetamines e.g., caffeine and cocaine. | Opiates | Opium, morphine, codines, heroin and methadone. | Hallucinogens. | LSD and magic mushrooms. | Depressants. | Vellum, diazepans, diet pills and sleeping pills. | Explanation of these drug types. Stimulants: drugs which elevate mood, increase wakefulness and give an increased sense on mental and physical energy.e.g caffeine. Opiates: It is often called narcotic analgesics...

    Addiction, Cocaine, Drug 2097  Words | 7  Pages

  • Anti-Drug Legislation Analysis

    The War on Drugs The history of the drug policy in the United States is basically based on two separate ideas. First the United States is focused on supply reduction, which is the reduction and the control of the supply of drugs through legislation, law enforcement, interdiction, sentencing, and incarceration. Second, is focusing on demand reduction. This objective is to reduce the amount of drugs that are being demanded by using education, prevention and treatment (Harrison, Backenheimer, Inciardi...

    Drug, Drug addiction, Heroin 1292  Words | 4  Pages

  • Narcotic Drugs

    Narcotic Drugs Narcotic drugs are substances of which has been used as pain relievers but are most popular with being socially unacceptable. According to research, “a narcotic is an analgesic or pain-killing substance that depress vital body functions such as blood pressure, pulse rate and breathing rate; regular administration of narcotics produces physical dependence” (Saferstein, 2011). This suggests that narcotic drugs primarily target the functioning of organs used for respiratory usage. Nonetheless...

    Criminal law, Drug, Drug addiction 1193  Words | 3  Pages

  • Narcotic Drugs

    Newton Narcotic Drugs CRJ 311 Forensics Seitu Stephens February 27, 2013 Narcotics are classified as drugs that bring relief from pain or sluggishness. Unfortunately, the line between narcotics and illegal drugs has blurred and many illegal drugs are known as narcotics instead of what they truly are. One example used in our studies was cocaine. Cocaine is viewed as a narcotic, but is actually a stimulant that inhibits the central nervous system. Opiates are analgesic narcotics that help...

    Drug addiction, Heroin, Hydrocodone 779  Words | 3  Pages

  • Prednisone: Drug Analysis

    | | |of the disorder for | | | | | | |which the drug is being| | | | | | |taken. | |Brand and Generic name |Classification ...

    Adrenal gland, Asthma, Corticosteroid 470  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tlc questions

    with the eluent that is lower in polarity. 2. TLC in today’s experiment stands for Thin Layer Chromatography. 3. From least polar to the most polar: Heptane-Toluene-Acetone-Methanol-Acetic acid , , , , 4. The Rf (Retardation factor) is the ratio of the distance that the compound/mixture traveled to the distance the solvent/mobile phase traveled. 5. From least Rf to the highest Rf: Benzoic acid – Benzaladehyde - n-Decane If the TLC were run with a more polar solvent, all the...

    Aspirin, Benzene, Chromatography 567  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mexican Drug Cartel Analysis

    A widely propagated myth would have us believe that Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman Loera and his Sinaloa Federation are less violent than many of their competitors. Statements from journalists and analysts allege that Sinaloa is more businesslike than Los Zetas, whose reputation for brutality is well-documented, and that this business savvy somehow renders the group relatively benign. In turn, this has led many to believe that the Mexican government could broker a deal with the leader...

    Beltrán-Leyva Cartel, Drug cartel, Gangs in Mexico 1437  Words | 4  Pages

  • brachiaria mutica as analgesic

    semi-aquatic and can persist in standing and running water. It inhabits damper areas. It can be quite useful for stream bank and stream erosion control and on steep slopes where rainfall and soil permit vigorous growth. Analgesics Analgesics by definition include drugs which through their action on the nervous system reduce or abolish suffering from pain without producing unconsciousness. This result may be brought about in several ways: (1) by interfering with conduction of noxious impulses...

    Analgesic, Ibuprofen, Morphine 1183  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tlc Full Lab Report

    TLC FULL LAB REPORT Objective: The purpose of this experiment was to identify compounds in a mixture by Rf values and to determine the best solvent to use. Also is the analysis of mixtures before, during and separation. Possible solvents: Hexane MW- 86.17 g/mol Hazards-flammable, harmful if swallowed Melting pt / boiling pt (degree Celsius) - 69 Density-.6548 g/ml [pic] Methanol MW-32.04 g/mol Hazards- flammable, eye irritant Melting pt / boiling pt- 65 Density-.7918 g/ml [pic] ...

    Chemical compound, Distillation, Ethanol 895  Words | 4  Pages

  • Drugs

    Throughout history, America has been fighting against drug and alcohol abuse in teens and adults. Many ways companies and anti drug groups try to prevent drug and alcohol abuse is through education in school systems and out of school systems. They teach young students about drugs and alcohol before they risk being around them, and they teach older students about drugs while they are around in their daily lives. Are these education programs really necessary? That's the question many people ask, and...

    Addiction, Alcohol, Alcohol abuse 1117  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drugs

    U.S. are drug testing students in hopes that it will curb student drug use. The majority of these policies target student-athletes or participants in extracurricular activities, and on both sides of the debate, many questions remain: Is student drug testing an invasion of privacy? How prevalent are drug-testing policies in U.S. schools? Does research show that these policies work? A look at the facts provides a clearer picture about the benefits and problems associated with student drug testing. ...

    College, Drug test, Education 668  Words | 3  Pages

  • Separation and Identification of the Major Components of Common over-the-Counter Painkilling Drugs

    Title: Separation and Identification of the major components of common over-the-counter painkilling drugs Purpose: 1.To separate acetaminophen, aspirin and caffeine from painkilling drugs. 2.To determine the melting points of acetaminophen, aspirin and caffeine 3.To identify the separated components(acetaminophen, aspirin and caffeine) by thin-layer chromatography Apparatus and Reagents Used : 1. 4:1 (v/v) 1-Butyl ethanoate/ethanoic acid 2. 3M Sodium hydroxide solution 3. 3M Hydrochloric...

    Acetic acid, Acetic anhydride, Aspirin 1371  Words | 6  Pages

  • DRUGS

    A drug is a substance which may have medicinal, intoxicating, performance enhancing or other effects when taken or put into a human body or the body .For other uses, see Drug (disambiguation). Page semi-protected Coffee is the most widely used psychoactive drug beverage in the world. In 1999, the average consumption of coffee was 3.5 cups per day per U.S. citizen.[1] Wine is a common alcoholic beverage.[2] A drug is a substance which may have medicinal, intoxicating, performance enhancing or...

    Cannabis, Drug, Food and Drug Administration 1193  Words | 5  Pages

  • Drug

    How do drugs affect the brain? When drugs get into the bloodstream they are carried to all parts of the body and some reach the brain. The quicker the drug reaches the brain, the more intense the effects. The quickest way to get a drug into the brain - and also the most dangerous way of using any drug - is to inject it intravenously, or into the vein. Almost as quick is smoking a drug. followed by sniffing or snorting and then by mouth. Eating or drinking a drug is the slowest route, because the...

    Addiction, Blood, Cocaine 1254  Words | 5  Pages

  • Chromatography

     Chromatography – Analyzing Analgesics by TLC and Isolation of β-Carotene by Column Chromatography Introduction/Background: Flavonoids are an important group of additives that can be defined as pure substances either natural, extracted from raw materials or synthetic. Chromatography is the separation of two or more compounds or ions caused by their molecular interactions with two phases – one moving and one stationary (Weldegirma 2012). Three types of chromatography...

    Analytical chemistry, Aspirin, Chromatography 993  Words | 7  Pages

  • drugs

    Treatments of Drug Addiction Addiction is a dependence on a substance or activity. It is a big problem around the world. It is represented by the desires and behaviors of individuals. Addiction has serious consequences in real life that adversely destroy relationships, affect physical and mental health, and damages on the ability to think effectively; therefore, it is also known as an illness due to the bad things that it does. It could be in many more different ways such as gambling, drugs, sex, and...

    Addiction, Drug abuse, Drug addiction 1790  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drugs

    Drugs Research The street name for opium is auntie, blackpoll, skee, hop/hops, joy plant, Chinese tobacco, and dream gun etc. Opium is taken by being smoked, injected, and taken by a pill form. The cost of opium on the streets is around 20 to 30 dollars in the south and around 120-150 dollars for medicated depending on who you buy your product from. The short term affect of this drug is that you want more of it and you need it to maintain the effect. The long term affect is that the use of the drug...

    Addiction, Analgesic, Central nervous system 918  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drugs

    Synthetic Drugs Designer drugs such as synthetic marijuana and bath salts are becoming popular in the United States by abusers. These particular drugs are chemically produced by man giving similar effects of illegal drugs. The use of these drugs is being looked upon as harmless recreation. Not long ago synthetic marijuana could be purchased at most United States convenience stores. They could be bought via internet or even nearby head shops. Synthetic marijuana has been used in “hookah bars”...

    Cannabinoid, Drug, Illegal drug trade 906  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drugs

    According to Webster's New World™ Medical Dictionary, 3rd Edition, Addiction is a chronic relapsing condition characterized by compulsive drug-seeking and abuse and by long-lasting chemical changes in the brain. Addiction is the same irrespective of whether the drug is alcohol, amphetamines, cocaine, heroin, marijuana, or nicotine. Every addictive substance induces pleasant states or relieves distress. Continue use of addictive substances induces adaptive changes in the brain that lead to tolerance...

    Addiction, Alcoholism, Drug abuse 757  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drugs

    of Selected Drugs and Diseases on the Central Nervous System Due May 4th, 2015 Unit 7 Assignment 2 AP 1 – Monday Morning Melissa Rios ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to provide information about the drugs Alcohol, Aspirin, Lidocaine, Morphine, Ketamine and succinylcholine. It’s important to understand what they are, what they do, how they are broken down in the body (physically and chemically) and what diseases they can either treat or cause. Certain drugs do certain...

    Anesthesia, Anesthetic, Medicine 999  Words | 6  Pages

  • Drugs

    Drugs Introduction to Drugs: A drug is a substance which may have medicinal, intoxicating, performance enhancing or other effects when taken or put into a human body or the body of another animal and is not considered a food or exclusively a food. What is considered a drug rather than a food varies between cultures, and distinctions between drugs and foods and between kinds of drug are enshrined in laws which vary between jurisdictions and aim to restrict or prevent drug use. Even within a jurisdiction...

    Cannabis, Drug addiction, Psilocybin 1752  Words | 8  Pages

  • Analysis of Florida House Bill 7095: Prescription Drugs

    Bill Analysis of House Bill 7095: Prescription Drugs Christian Butterfield PAD 3003 – 02 Dr. Tracy Banner June 8, 2011 Analysis of House Bill 7095: Prescription Drugs Executive Summary House Bill 7095, relating to Prescription Drugs or more commonly known as the “Pill Mill Bill” was passed by the Florida Legislature on May 6, 2011, and signed by Governor Rick Scott on June 3, 2011. In essence, H.B. 7095 regulates all facets of the prescribing and dispensing of pain killers and...

    Addiction, Controlled Substances Act, Drug addiction 2209  Words | 6  Pages

  • Drugs

    Andean Cocaine There were two men who made drugs Alfredo Bignon and Eduardo Balarezo. Coca is a dried leaf of the “subtropical Andean shrub Elthycoxylon.” The traffic of cocaine is over whelming controlled by home grown, successful and eminently “Latin” entrepreurs and middle men. Pharmacist Alfredo Bignon had a laboratory of his Droguera Botica Francesa around the corner of main plaza. On March 13, 1885 he was going to present his findings of this cocaine to Academia Libre de Medicina de Lima...

    Bolivia, Coca, Coca eradication 1025  Words | 3  Pages

  • critical analysis of Drugs by Vidal Gore

    Critical Response of ‘Drugs-Vidal Gore’ The article ‘Drugs’ by Gore Vidal was written in order to pace forward a tough case for legalizing all types of drugs in United States of America. He tends to explain the basic human philosophy and the chronological happenings to bring forward this obstacle. First and foremost he brings into front three main arguments concerning the usage of drugs. He deems and strongly claims that by making the drugs illegal does not help to obstruct the drug addiction or trafficking...

    Addiction, Drug, Drug addiction 1430  Words | 4  Pages

  • Tlc Lab Report

    Separating Substances: Identifying Food Dyes with TLC Background The color of food is an integral part of our culture and enjoyment of life. Who would deny the mouth-watering appeal of a deep-pink strawberry ice cream on a hot summer's day or a golden Thanksgiving turkey garnished with fresh green parsley? Even early civilizations such as the Romans recognized that people "eat with their eyes" as well as their palates. Saffron and other spices were often used to provide a rich yellow color...

    Allura Red AC, Azo dyes, Color 1670  Words | 6  Pages

  • An analysis of the factors affecting the production of generic drugs

    An analysis of the factors affecting the production of generic drugs Generic drugs are the replicas of original drugs. These can be divided into two categories, authorized and unauthorized. Authorized generic drugs are the medicines which comply with the international code, Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS), while the drugs which infringe the patents of brand-name drugs and do not comply with this code are regarded as unauthorized generic drugs. Recent publications...

    Bioequivalence, Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act, Food and Drug Administration 1515  Words | 5  Pages

  • Flutiform Asthma –Drug Forecast and Market Analysis to 2023

    Flutiform (Asthma) – Forecast and Market Analysis to 2023: Order report by calling marketoptimizer.org at +1 888 391 5441 OR send an email on sales@marketoptimizer.org with Flutiform (Asthma) – Forecast and Market Analysis to 2023 in subject line and your contact details. PharmaPoint Drug Evaluation report, “Flutiform (Asthma) – Forecast and Market Analysis to 2023″. The asthma market saw very slow growth over the past decade, as it has become saturated with relatively efficacious standard therapies...

    Asthma, Beclometasone dipropionate, Corticosteroid 639  Words | 3  Pages

  • Narcotic Drugs

    Narcotic drugs CRJ 311 December 13, 2010 Introduction: In this paper I will discuss the details the classification of narcotic drugs in criminal law, forensic evidence needed to obtain a conviction in a drug case. The term narcotic implies a state of lethargy or sluggishness...

    Cocaine, Drug addiction, Morphine 671  Words | 3  Pages

  • Global Osteoporosis Drugs Industry SWOT Analysis and In Depth Market Review

    Osteoporosis Drugs market to grow at a CAGR of 3.98 percent over the period 2013-2018. One of the key factors contributing to this market growth is the increasing global aging population. The Global Osteoporosis Drugs market has also been witnessing the increasing awareness of bone health education. However, the multiple patent expiries could pose a challenge to the growth of this market. Global Osteoporosis Drugs Market 2014-2018, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs...

    Hoffmann–La Roche, Management, Market research 548  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drug Study

    DRUG NAME |DOSAGE |CLASSIFICATION |Mechanism of action |INDICATION |CONTRAINDICATION |Nursing Implication | |Brand name : Hemostan Fibrinon, Cyklokapron, Lysteda, Transamin Generic name: Tranexamic acid  |500 mg. /tab ID 8x a times a day. | Anti-fibrinolytic, antihemorrhagic | Tranexamic acid is a synthetic derivative of the amino acid lysine. It exerts its antifibrinolytic effect through the reversible...

    Analgesic, Coagulation, Codeine 898  Words | 4  Pages

  • DS5565 Industry 2015 Share and Size Trends and Price Forecast and Market Analysis to 2022

    Hexa Reports Market Research Reports and Insightful Company Profiles DS5565 Industry 2015,Share and Size,Trends and Price,Forecast and Market Analysis to 2022 Summary Neuropathic pain (NP) is defined as a disorder of the sensorimotor system and is distinctly different from nociceptive pain, which is a consequence of trauma, injury, or inflammation. The main difference between neuropathic and nociceptive pain is the absence of a continuous nociceptive input in neuropathic pain. Although the term...

    Pain 721  Words | 3  Pages

  • Critical Analysis of Drugs and Alcohol from Interdisciplinary Perspectives

    Critical Analysis of Drugs and Alcohol from Interdisciplinary Perspectives Drugs and alcohol use has been a common and consistent problem in the United States for quite a long time. From the prohibition era in the 1920’s to the common drug use seen in the 1970’s, we have always seen a problem that needs to be addressed. An array of scholars, from all the disciplines, have each experimented and researched this topic in their own unique ways. The natural sciences take a purely scientific approach...

    Alcoholism, History, Humanities 2493  Words | 7  Pages

  • Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis of Drug Component

    TLC is used because it is “sensitive, fast, simple and inexpensive analytical technique”2 (Mohrig 151). The unknown solid (unknown #3 in this case) used in the experiment was obtained and added to a 2.5ml of Ethanol/dichloromethane in a test tube. This was the solvent used in the experiment because Dichloromethane volatility and ability to dissolve a wide range of organic compounds makes it a useful solvent for many chemical processes. The solid was already in powder form therefore we did not have...

    Acetic acid, Aspirin, Ethanol 976  Words | 3  Pages

  • TLC lab

    chromatography (TLC) is an extremely valuable analytical technique. It provides a rapid separation of compounds, and gives an indication of the number and nature of the components of a mixture. TLC can also be used to identify compounds by comparison with known samples, to check the purity of a compound, or to monitor the progress of a reaction, an extraction, or a purification procedure. This experiment will introduce you to the mechanics of TLC, and the chemical principles behind it. TLC is normally...

    Acetic acid, Benzene, Chemical polarity 837  Words | 3  Pages

  • Drug

    point: n MNO4-/2= n C2O42-/5 n C2O42-=m/M=1.5068/126.1=0.012mole [C2O42]=n/v= 0.012/250x10-3=0.048M n MNO4-/2= n C2O42-/5 [ MNO4-]xVMNO4/2-= [C2O42-]xVC2O42-/5= [ MNO4-]=[C2O42-]xVC2O42-x2/ VMNO4x5=0.78M Result: [ MNO4-]=0.78M B) Analysis of an iron unknown Mohr's salt solution: [H2SO4]=1M. M (ammonium iron 3 sulfate 6 hydrate)= 392.14g.mol-1 [ MNO4-]=0.78M. Average volume of MNO4-=(4.5+4.5)/2=4.5 Reduction: MNO4- +8H+ + 5e- ----------> Mn2+ + 4H2O (x1) ------------------------------------------------- ...

    Carbon dioxide, Hydrogen, Manganese 591  Words | 3  Pages

  • Psychoactive Drugs

    Psychoactive Drugs are chemical substances that alter behavior, mood, perception, or mental functioning. Through the consumption of substances many cultures have found ways to alter consciousness. Psychoactive substances apply their effects by transforming biochemical or physiological processes in the brain. The message system of nerve cells, or neurons, relies on both electrical and chemical transmission. Neurons rarely touch each other; there is a microscopic gap between one neuron and the next...

    Brain, Cocaine, Heroin 1908  Words | 5  Pages

  • Drugs and the Nervous System Notes

    Drugs and the nervous system Neurotransmitters within the body include excitatory and inhibitory, noradrenalin, dopamine, serotonin; acetylcholine and glutamate are examples of excitatory neurotransmitters. GABA and glycine are examples of inhibitory neurotransmitters. General anaesthetics General anaesthetics act mainly on the central nervous system to stop information processing; these may be given by inhalation or intravenously. Nitrous oxide or laughing gas is used in maintain anaesthesia...

    Acetylcholine, Action potential, Morphine 802  Words | 4  Pages

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