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[Contribution to the stability of tropicamide solutions (author's transl)].

  title={[Contribution to the stability of tropicamide solutions (author's transl)].},
  author={R. Pohloudek-Fabini and E. Mart{\'i}n and V. Gallasch},
  journal={Die Pharmazie},
  volume={37 3},
The course of the degradation of tropicamide solutions was elucidated. Thus, inter alia, intramolecular elimination of water leads to a compound comparable to apoatropine that the authors designated by atropicamide. Furthermore, methods are described that permit (after thin-layer chromatographic repartition) to detect and to determine quantitatively the active principle in the presence of its degradation products. Tropicamide is stable in aqueous solution; eye-drops prepared from such a… Expand
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