Analysis of Inorganic Elements in Digestive Medicines Using ICP-AES

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Analysis of Inorganic Elements in Digestive Medicines Using ICP-AES

In contemporary society, stomach troubles are common, and there is an overwhelming variety of digestive medicines to choose from in pharmacies. Each seems to have its own features, but most utilize magnesium and aluminum compounds to protect the stomach lining and reduce acid.
We analyzed 5 commercially available powdered/granular digestive medicines using an ICP emission spectrometer in order to measure the inorganic elements. Acidic solutions of the samples were prepared, and qualitative as well as quantitative analyses of the elements contained as active ingredients were performed.

ICP Optical Emission Spectrometer

Offering the highly sensitive simultaneous analysis of metals and inorganic components, without pretreatment, this instrument supports an extensive range of analysis from trace levels to high concentrations. It supports analysis for research and development, automated analysis for production control, and water-quality monitoring analysis for environmental management.

For Research Use Only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.

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