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Supercritical Fluids (SFCs) / Supercritical Fluid Extraction

I. ABSTRACT (ENGLISH) The experimental determination of the yield of pyrethrins from the Chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium flower is usually carried out with Chromatographic Techniques. A lot of...

Processes of Drugs Metabolism in the Body

Abstract Metabolism of drugs is a complex and major process within the body, occurring primarily in the liver. The aim of metabolism is to make the...

Literature Survey on Hydrogen Separation Technique

Literature review has been performed in order to identify recent publications on hydrogen separation methods, hydrogen solubility, materials and concepts in research institutes and laboratories....

High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) 214

Introduction High performance liquid chromatography 214 is the most widely used of all of the analytical separation techniques. The reasons for the popularity of the...

Physico-chemical Processes that Occur During Freezing

1. Introduction Lyophilization respectively freeze-drying is an important and well-established process to improve the long-term stability of labile drugs, especially therapeutic proteins.[1] About 50% of the...

Flow Cytometry for the Evaluation of Semen

State of the Art in Sperm Assessment Using Flow Cytometry Abstract Flow cytometry is emerging as a substantial tool in the domain of modern andrology for the...

Predicting Effects of Environmental Contaminants

1.1. Debunking some chemical myths… In October 2008, the Royal Society of Chemistry announced they were offering £1 million to the first member of the public...

Effects of Atmospheric Aerosols on Human Health

Abstract: A highly Sensitive (LOD; 0.04-0.4 ng/ml) method is developed for detection and quantification of acidic compounds (C3 -C10) containing mono and dicarboxylic acids on GC-MS....

Enantioselective Disposition of MDMA and its Metabolites

INTRODUCTION Amphetamine-type stimulants (ATS) are a group of drugs, mostly synthetic in origin, that are structurally derived from β-phenethylamine (Figure 1). Amphetamine (AMP, "Speed") was initially synthesized...

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