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    David G. Watson BScPhDPGCE(Author)

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An introductory text, written with the needs of the student in mind, which explains all the most importanttechniques used in the analysis of pharmaceuticals - a key procedure in ensuring the quality of drugs . The text is enhanced throughout with keypoints and self-assessment boxes, to aid student learning.

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  • PDF | 440 pages
  • David G. Watson BScPhDPGCE(Author)
  • Churchill Livingstone; 3 edition (16 July 2012)
  • English
  • 10
  • Health, Family & Lifestyle

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  • By Roy Nana on 13 April 2017

    This is the manual every QA/QC needs in their toolbox.

  • By Mohammad on 16 August 2017

    Very good. Quality- looks absolutely new. Delivery- excellent

  • By M. Beaconsfield on 13 January 2011

    Pharmacy degrees are nothing if they don't have a module you hate in them somewhere. For me it was pharmaceutical analysis. Disenchanted, bored, the lectures would send me snoring in minutes. It took me some time finding a book that could deliver the information and concepts I needed to know in a precise and clearly defined way.There is nothing hard about this subject. It is probably one of the easiest subjects to learn if you're a pharmacy student. But for me reading about each technique was like reading a user instruction manual for a device I didn't own, and didn't want to own.So, want to learn it the smart way, use this book. It's not big, which was maybe part of the appeal for me! But don't be fooled into thinking the content is lacking. Neatly presented, simple facts, very useful pros, cons, applications and comparisons for each method at the start of every chapter (these are ideal exam revision!). Extra facts and figures for those of you that really want to know more, and in-depth explanations if you enjoy it - or simple abstracts for those of us who just want clear cut comprehensive understanding. Simple diagrams that are drawn in a way that makes sense of the process behind the technique (not just some awful engineering blue print like I saw in many other books). You'll quickly grasp everything you need to know for a very handsome A.I have nothing bad to say about this book, as it helped me get that A in a module I couldn't stand, so honestly what could be better?

  • By Louise on 24 December 2003

    I found this text book extremely useful. It complemented the relevant module of my degree perfectly, it is easy to understand and great value too.Excellent for practical write-ups and exam revision. Everything I needed to know was right there, easy to find, and in just the right amount of detail. The worked examples are especially useful for exam revision.I would definately recommend buying this text book if you are looking for a comprehensive reference text for GC, HPLC, UV-VIS spectroscopy, NMR etc. as part of a pharmacy degree.

  • By Mr. T. I. Mcclure on 21 January 2010

    Great delivery time....right on schedule....however, though I got what I wanted, I was not overly impressed with the contents of the book, not that well set out.


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