Volume 30, Issue 2 (April 1985)
A Review of Instrumental Data for Drug Analysis—Volumes 1 and 2
Each of these volumes contains ultraviolet (UV). infrared (IR), proton nuclear magnetic nance (NMR). mass spectrometry (MS). gas chromatography (GC), and high pressure id chromatography (HPLC) data on approximately 300 drugs. In addition a brief monograph ach drug gives the title name (usually the generic name) molecular formula, molecular hts, (one acceptable by IUPAC convention and another using the most abundant rally occurring isotope of each element), the Chemical Abstracts name, other common, ial, or trade names, a therapeutic use, and the structure of the compound. HPLC data cate the column, coded solvent composition, and retention time in minutes. GC data ude a Kovats index for defined column, flow rate, and carrier gas, together with the mn temperature. Other data are displayed as charts on two 8- by 1 l-in. facing pages. two volumes include about 600 drugs.