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Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry. 5th cd. By. CHARLES H. ROGERS, TAITO 0 . SOINE, and. CHARLES 0. WILSON. Lea and Febiger, Phila- delphia, The methods of preparation by which inorganic pharma ceutical products are obtained .. by which inorganic chemical products are formed are: D iss ocia ti on. Simple and clean way to learn pharmaceutical inorganic chemistry. It almost cover all important topics of pharmaceutical inorganic chemistry which are given .
To reinforce the continuity of the subject between the two volumes, the author has provided a system of cross-referencing between chapters, both within and between the two volumes. The basic philosophy underlying the text is that those concerned with the design and use of drugs and medicines are interested fundamentally in properties rather than in methods of manufacture. Attention is focused in Volume 1 on the physical and chemical properties of medicinal agents, pharmaceutical additives and cellular components, that determine the way in which they interact with each other.
To achieve this end, substantial accounts of relevant intermediary tissue metabolism, drug transport and metabolism, and other factors affecting both stability and availability of drugs from dosage forms have been brought together in the general body of the text. This approach emphasizes the close similarity between chemical and biochemical transformations, and should help to give students and others engaged in the design of new drugs a better understanding of the fundamental mechanisms which control interactions between drugs and body chemistry.
The more general, but essentially similar approach to the Chemical Basis of Drug Action adopted in Volume2, which reinforces the basic principles for the specialist, should also appeal in its own right to clinical pharmacologists and others whose interests lie rather more in the action and use of drugs than in their design. Since this book is designed to assist in the education of students, many of whom will be engaged in later life in the handling and use of drugs in practice, examples are deliberately drawn from drugs in current use.
Contents: : Volume I: 1.
The characteristics of Drug—Receptor Interaction 2. Bonding and Biological Activity 3.
A Text-book Of Inorganic Pharmaceutical Chemistry
Stereochemical Factors in Biological Action 3. Drug Ingestion, Transport and Excretion 5.
Drug Metabolism Volume II: 1. Introduction 2. The Making and Breaking of Bonds 3. Alkanes Paraffinic Hydrocarbons 4. Alkenes Olefines 5. Benzenoid Aromatic Hydrocarbons 6. Alkynes 7. Monohydric Alcohols 8. Phenols 9.
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Halogenated Hydrocarbons and Esters of Inorganic Acids Aldehydes and Ketones Monocarboxylic acids and Esters Dibasic Acids Oxo- and Hydroxy-Carboxylic Acids Organo-Sulphur Compounds Nitro Compounds Amines and Quaternary Ammonium Salts Carbamic Acid Derivatives Amino Acids Peptides and Proteins Glycols and Polyols Carbohydrates Fused-ring Hydrocarbons Heterocyclic compounds Indian Rpt.
Electronics Aspects of Drug Action 6. Modulation of Pharmacokinetics by Molecular Manipulation 2.
Enzymes and their Synthesis as a Target for Antibiotic Action 7. The Rational Design of Antiviral Agents 8. Design of Penicillins 9.
The Design of Peptide Hormone Analogs Recent Advances in the Design of Diuretics Design of Biologically Active Steroids Microbial Conversion as a Tool in the Preparation of Drugs 2. The Design of Biologically Active Acridines 6. The Design of Local Anesthetics 7. Design of Insect Chemosterilants 8. Biopharmaceutics as a Basis for the Design of Drug Products 2.
Parenteral Dosage Forms with Prolonged Action 4. Design of Topical Drug Products: Pharmaceutics 5. Design of Topical Drug Products: Biopharmaceutics 6.
The Design of Sunscreen Preparations 7. Litholytic Agents: Preventive and Curative for Nephrolithiasis 8. The Design of Biologically Active Nucleosides 9.
Diphenhydramine Derivatives: Through Manipulation toward Design 2. The Design of Antiradiation Agents 3. Rational Approach to Proteinase Inhibitors 4.
The Design of Organ-Imaging Radiopharmaceuticals 5. Design of X-Ray Contrast Media 6. The Design of Artificial Blood Substitutes 2.
The Design of Auxin-Type Herbicides 4. Both chapters are disappointing in that they are listings of physical and chemical proccdures with some explanatory comment. The chemical methods arc not adequately explained with equations and the calculations are represented by formulas which do not invite reasoning. The section on functional group analysis is not done well. The following observations may be made in summary.
The treatment in several of the chapters is too elementary. No use or mention is made of statistics, nor is enough use made of organic reaction mechanisms. Instrumental topics are introduced with little or no background thereby requiring another book and additional expense.
Not all chapters have problems and questions. If this text is to be used by advanced students, in spite of several good chapters, some good experiments, and an admirable use of literature references, it falls short.
Sulfur Dioxide. Applications in Foods, Beverages and Pharmaceuticals. By Loms C. Pergamon Press, Inc. Island City, N. The first chapter contains a complete review of the preparation and properties of sulfur dioxide. The properties of this compound are described in a sophisticated physicochemical manner and are well referenced. An outstanding characteristic of the book is the number of references over that are cited. Thc second chapter, dealing with the oxidation of sulfur dioxide, is particularly good.
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Sulfur Dioxide. United States Language: An outstanding characteristic of the book is the number of references over that are cited. Your name.