II. Discovery of Aspirin. a. Origin. b. Use in Ancient Civilization. c. Discovery. d. Evolution into modern Form. III. Laboratory Purification. a. Chemicals Needed. b. Process. i. Mixing. ii. Recrystallization. IV. Industrial Preparation. a. Manufacturing process. i. Weighing. ii. Mixing. iii. Dry Screening. iv. Compressed into Tablet Form. b. Quality Control. i. Sterilization of Equipment. ii. Tests. 1. Friability. 2. Hardness. 3. Disintegration. V. Medical Uses. a. New uses. b. Benefits.
DRUG PROFILE AMOXICILLIN [37,52] Properties Formula: C16H19N3O5S Molecular weight: 365.4 g/mol Description Amoxicillin is a Semisynthetic antibiotic, belonging Beta-lactum family, which is effective for bacterial treatment, especially for helicobacter pylori infection. Solubility in aqueous or organic solvents Amoxycillin Slightly soluble in water, in ethanol (95 per cent) and in methanol; practically insoluble in chloroform, in ether and in fixed oils. It is soluble
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Introduction Climate is usually defined as the average weather in a place. It includes patterns of temperature, precipitation (rain or snow), humidity, wind and seasons. Climate change is a change in the statistical properties of the climate change system that persist for several decades or longer-usually at least 30 years. The statistical properties include averages, variability and extremes. Climate change, also called global warming, refers to the rise in average surface temperatures on Earth
brief review of existing theoretical and empirical literature of tax and tax administration. This review of literature establishes the framework for the study and high lights the noticeable strength and weakness of previous studies, which in return help in clearly identifying the gap in the literature and formulating the research question for the study. 2.1. Definitions and Concepts of Tax Taxes are a portion of private wealth, exacted from individuals by the state for meeting the expenditure essential