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By Vijay Kumar Thakur, Manju Kumari Thakur

Polymers are probably the most attention-grabbing fabrics of the current period discovering their functions in nearly each elements of existence. Polymers are both without delay on hand in nature or are chemically synthesized and used based upon the precise applications.Advances in polymer technological know-how and the advent of latest polymers have led to the numerous improvement of polymers with exact properties.  other forms of polymers were and may be one of many key in different purposes in lots of of the complex pharmaceutical learn being performed over the globe.

This 4-partset of books includes accurately referenced chapters, emphasizing other kinds of polymers with uncomplicated basics and practicality for program in various pharmaceutical applied sciences. The volumes objective at explaining fundamentals of polymers established fabrics from assorted assets and their chemistry in addition to functional functions which current a destiny path within the pharmaceutical undefined. each one quantity supply deep perception into the topic being treated.                                     

Volume 1: constitution and Chemistry
Volume 2: Processing and Applications
Volume three: Biodegradable Polymers
Volume four: Bioactive and suitable Synthetic/Hybrid Polymers

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The overoxidized polypyrrole (OPPy) film was prepared by the cyclic voltammetric deposition of pyrrole (Py) in the presence of supporting electrolyte with and without a template molecule, sulfamethoxazole, on a pencil graphite electrode [143]. This MIP-based sensor was applied for determination of sulfamethoxazole in commercial pharmaceutical samples. The sulfamethoxazole concentrations determined showed compatible results. Molecularly Imprinted Polymers for Pharmaceutical Applications 41 A novel ligand for SMX was designed by carrying out, for the first time, surface imprinting on carbon nanostructures.

Sulfadiazine and sulfamethoxazole in pharmaceuticals, biological fluids and aquaculture waters [98]. 5 Structures Of Sulfonamide Antibiotics: 1- Sulfonamide, 2- Hydrochlorothiazide, 3- Furosemide, 4- Sulfamethoxazole, 5- Sulfadimethoxine, 6- Sulfadimidine or Sulfamethazine, 7Sulfasalazine, 8- Sulfadiazine. 6 Biparametric LTCC device layers (in the left; dotted lines represent the electrical contact to the external set-up and solid lines the hydraulic connections; where (a) conditioning solution inlet; (b) carrier solution; (c) KCl inlet; (d) outlet; (e) and (f) cavities for membrane deposition; (g, h) and (i) electrical connections to the external set up).

9). A flow injection chemiluminescence sensor for the determination of sulfamethoxazole was prepared using chitosan/graphene oxide molecularly imprinted polymers as recognition element [136]. Acetone was used as solvent and chitosan/graphene oxide for support, using AM, EGDMA and AIBN for MIP synthesis. This MIP was employed as recognition by packing into a lab-made tube connected in a FI-CL analyzer to establish a sensor respectively. 9 ×10−8 mol/L. 9 Schematic representation of the preparation of surface MIP via RAFT polymerization.

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