A Fernández Gutiérrez

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A test mixture of five phytohormones [naphthaleneacetic acid (NAA), naphthoxyacetic acid (NOA), indoleacetic acid (IAA), indolebutyric acid (IBA), and indolepropionic acid (IPA)] was investigated. These compounds were cleanly separated with good resolution by capillary zone electrophoresis with a UV diode array detector using 20 mM sodium phosphate buffer(More)
This paper presents a facile and selective method for the determination of the pharmaceutical compound nafronyl using heavy atom induced room temperature phosphorimetry (HAI-RTP) as analytical technique. The determination was performed in potassium iodide 1.6 M and sodium sulphite 0.002 M at a measurement temperature of 20 degrees C. The phosphorescence(More)
A simple, selective and sensitive heavy atom-induced room temperature phosphorimetric method (HAI-RTP) is described for the determination of naproxen (NAP) in pharmaceutical preparations. The phosphorescence signals are a consequence of intermolecular protection when analytes are, exclusively, in presence of a heavy atom salt and sodium sulfite as an oxygen(More)
The applicability of heavy atom induced room temperature phosphorescence in real samples is demonstrated in this work. In this methodology only two reagents, potassium iodide as heavy atom salt and sodium sulphite as oxygen scavenger, were used to obtain phosphorescent signal of propranolol in solution. Thus a new simple, rapid and selective phosphorimetric(More)
A simple spectrofluorimetric analysis of a local anaesthetic named procaine using a specific labelling reagent for primary amino groups, has been developed. Because procaine shows very weak native fluorescence, the technique of spectrofluorimetry has been very much limited for its determination. A detail study of the variables affecting the derivatisation(More)
A selective and sensitive micelle-stabilized room-temperature phosphorimetric (MS-RTP) method for the determination of naphazoline in pharmaceutical preparations is described. The method is based on obtaining a phosphorescence signal from naphazoline using a micellar agent (sodium dodecyl sulfate), a heavy atom salt (TINO3) and a deoxygenation agent(More)
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