High-performance liquid chromatographic determination of theophylline and its derivatives with electrochemical detection.


Theophylline and its derivatives are determined by high-performance liquid chromatographic separation on a C8 reversed-phase column with electrochemical detection. The analyte is oxidized at 1.24 V (vs. the standard calomel electrode) on a wax-impregnated graphite electrode using classical d.c. and current sampled d.c. modes, and the results obtained… (More)


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