Spectroscopic parallelism in structural skeletonization and standardization of pharmaceuticals

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PharmaTutor (October - 2016)


ISSN: 2347 - 7881
(Volume 4, Issue 10)


Received On: 30/04/2016; Accepted On: 16/05/2016; Published On: 01/10/2016


Nisha Sharma1, Mohammad Arshad2, Asif Jafri2, Deepak Chowrasia*1
1 Institute of Pharmacy, Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University, UP, Kanpur, India.
2 Molecular Endocrinology lab, Department of Zoology, Lucknow University, UP, India


ABSTRACT: Spectroscopy based pharmaceuticals chemo fingerprinting and standardization is an essential intent to portrait molecular structures as well, a cemented platform to harvest diversified physiochemical characteristics of therapeutic chemo entity. Compared to classical wet techniques, the spectroscopic-framed-chemical analysis meritoriously distinguished from former in terms of sensitivity, accuracy, precession, rapidness, detection limit, spectrum, versatility, result reliability, intuiting data, and automated operation. Quest for “ideal medicine” is still a misnomer, however, may comply if being assisted with well planned and excellently executed spectroscopy methodology. The present paper is design to explore various prospective of different spectroscopic technique and their role in chemical evaluation and standardization of pharmaceuticals.


How to cite this article: Sharma N, Arshad M, Jafri A, Chowrasia D; Spectroscopic parallelism in structural skeletonization and standardization of pharmaceuticals; PharmaTutor; 2016; 4(10); 21-25