A one-of-a-kind book discussing drug-membrane sensors in pharmaceutical analysis
Pharmaceutical Applications of Membrane Sensors is the first book to deal with the theory of drug-membrane sensors, as well as applications of such devices in pharmaceutical analysis. The book contains three main parts. The three major sections of the book cover the design and principles of membrane drug sensors, the use of membrane sensors in the analysis of pharmaceuticals, and various aspects of drug release monitoring by membrane sensors. Detailed analytical methods for more than 400 organic pharmaceuticals assayed by membrane sensor techniques are presented.
Pharmaceutical Applications of Membrane Sensors will be a valuable reference for specialists in analytical and pharmaceutical chemistry, electroanalytical chemistry, medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, and pharmacology.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction. Part 1: design and principles of membrane drug sensors 1. Theoretical considerations for primary electrodes and ion association drug sensors 2. Theoretical considerations for multilayer, potentiometric gas and biosensors 3. Basic characteristics of potentiometric and amperometric membrane electrodes. Part 2: analysis of pharmaceuticals by membrane sensors 4. Inorganics 5. Organics. Part 3: drug-release monitoring by membrane sensors 6. In vitro monitoring 7. In vitro monitoring: drugs in biological fluids