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Bioanalytical Method Validation—A Revisit with a Decade of Progress
This report is a synthesis of (1) the earlier conference on Analytical Methods Validation−Bioavailability, Bioequivalence and Pharmacokinetic Studies (Conference held in Arlington, VA, December 3–5,Expand
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Clinopyroxene REE distribution coefficients for shergottites: The REE content of the Shergotty melt☆
Abstract REE distribution coefficients were measured between synthetic pyroxenes and melts similar in composition to the inferred Shergotty intercumulus liquid, by in situ analysis with the electronExpand
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Analytical methods validation: Bioavailability, bioequivalence and pharmacokinetic studies
Abstract This is a summary report of the conference on ‘Analytical Methods Validation: Bioavailability, Bioequivalence and Pharmacokinetic Studies.’ The conference was held from December 3 to 5,Expand
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The removal of colour from effluent using various adsorbents—III. Silica: Rate processes
Abstract The rate of adsorption of Astrazone Blue, a basic dye, on Sorbsil Silica has been studied. The parameters studied include particle size, initial dye concentration, agitation and dye solutionExpand
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In vitro identification of the human cytochrome p450 enzymes involved in the oxidative metabolism of loxapine
In vitro studies were conducted to identify the hepatic cytochrome P450 (CYP) enzymes responsible for the oxidative metabolism of loxapine to 8‐hydroxyloxapine, 7‐hydroxyloxapine, N‐desmethylloxapineExpand
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Separation of acid-dyes mixture by bamboo derived active carbon
Abstract In the present study, the activated carbon is produced using phosphoric acid treatment of the waste bamboo scaffolding and activated at either 400 or 600 °C. The effect of acid to bambooExpand
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Equilibrium studies for the sorption of metal ions onto Chitosan
The sorption of four metal ioss, viz. Hg(II), Cu(II), Ni(II) and Zn(Il) onto chitosan has been studied. The monolayer sorption capacity is 815, 222, 164 and 75 mg g-l chitosan for mercury, copper,Expand
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Removal of arsenic(V) onto chitosan: From sorption mechanism explanation to dynamic water treatment process
The aim of this work consists in a feasibility study to understand how arsenate ions could be removed from contaminated water by sorption onto chitosan, a biopolymer extracted from the wastes of theExpand
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Equilibrium studies for the adsorption of dyestuffs from aqueous solutions by low-cost materials
A number of low-cost materials (teakwood bark, ricehusk, coal, bentonite clay, hair and cotton waste) have been used as adsorbents for dyestuffs in aqueous solutions. Four red and four blue dyes haveExpand
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