Inter. J. of Chemical and Analytical Science
ISSN NO: 0976-1209
International Journal of Chemical and Analytical Science (IJCAS) is a international journal which publishes high quality original research articles, reviews, short communications, and case reports that contribute significantly to the advancement of the scientific knowledge in the following categories:
    • Synthesis and biological studies.
    • QSAR.
    • Novel drug design.
    • Rational drug design combinatorial and parallel synthesis.
    • Estimation of drug.
    • Method developments.
    • Analysis of various pharmaceutical drugs.
    • Medicinal chemistry
    • Organic and synthetic chemistry
    • Natural products chemistry
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Journal: Inter. J. of Chemical and Analytical Science, Volume: 2, Issue: September
Article Id: JPRS-AC-00001101
Title: Spectrophotometric Estimation of Ranolazine in Bulk and Pharmaceutical Dosage Form by UV- Specrtophotometry
Category: Analytical Chemistry
Section: Research Article
Author Affiliation: Department of Quality Assurance, Maliba Pharmacy College, Bardoli-Mahuva Road, Tarsadi, Dist. Surat, 394 350, Gujarat, India
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The present study describes a simple, accurate, precise and cost effective UV-VIS Spectrophotometric method for the estimation of Ranolazine (RZ), an anti-anginal drug, in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form. The solvent used was distilled water and the λ max or the absorption maxima of the drug was found to be 272nm. A linear response was observed in the range of 20-100μg/ml with a correlation coefficient of 0.9998. The method was then validated for different parameters as per the ICH [2] (International Conference for Harmonization) guidelines. This method can be used for the determination of RZ in quality control of formulation without interference of the excipient.