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Even if the reputable compendia outline a drug substance as to identification, purity, energy, and caliber, they regularly don't supply different actual or chemical information, nor do they record equipment of synthesis or pathways of actual or organic degradation and metabolism. Such info is scattered through the medical literature and the documents of pharmaceutical laboratories. Analytical Profiles of Drug ingredients and Excipients, brings the newest info jointly in a single source.•Represents an important contribution to the perform of pharmaceutical research• provides a superb evaluation of actual, chemical, and biomedical houses of a few usually prescription drugs• each one quantity within the sequence includes a cumulative index

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