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Title: Voltammetric determination of montelukast sodium in dosage forms and human plasma
Authors: Alsarra, I.
Al-Omar, M.
Gadkariem, E.A.
Belal, F.
Keywords: Montelukast
Voltammetry
Polarography
Capsules
Plasma
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: II Farmaco: 60; 563–567
Abstract: The voltammetric behaviour of montelukast (MKST) was studied using cyclic voltammetry, direct current (DCt), differential pulse polarography (DPP) and alternating current (ACt) polarography. MKST exhibited well-defined cathodic waves over the range pH range 1–5. No anodicwaveswere produced over the same pHrange. At pH 1, the analytical pH; the diffusion current constant (Id)was 2.2 ± 0.01 μA l mmol–1. The current concentration plot was rectilinear over the range 2–20 μg ml–1 with correlation coefficient (n = 10) of 0.9943. The lower limit of detection (S/N = 2) was 0.2 μg ml–1 (3.41 × 10–7 M). The wave has been characterised as being diffusion-controlled, although adsorption phenomenon played a limited role in the electrode reaction. The proposed method was successfully applied to the determination of MKST in commercial tablets, and results were in agreement with those given with a reference HPLC method. The method was further extended to the in vitro determination of the drug in spiked human plasma. The mean % recovery (n = 5) was 101.38 ± 3.85. The number of electrons transferred in the reduction process could be accomplished and a proposal of the electrode reaction was proposed.
Description: Department of Pharmaceutics, Faculty of Pharmacy, King Saud University
URI: http://france.elsevier.com/direct/FARMAC/
http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/2391
ISSN: 0014-827X
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