Spectrophotometric determination of obidoxime chloride as its Pd(II) complex in water and injections
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It has been established that obidoxime chloride reacts with palladium(II) chloride in the pH range 3.9-8.0 and forms a yellow water-soluble (1:1) complex with maximum absorbance at 355 nm. By applying the methods of Sommer, Nash and Job involving non-equimolar solutions the conditional stability constant of the complex, at the optimum pH of 6.3 and an ionic strength μ = 0.55 M, is found to be 105.3. The molar absorptivity at 355 nm is 3.16 × 104 l mol-1 cm-1 at pH 6.3. Beer's law is obeyed up to 20 μmol l-1 obidoxime chloride concentration. The detection limit of the method is 0.36 μg ml-1. The relative standard deviation (n = 10) varies over the range 1.10-2.66%. The proposed method was found to be suitable for the accurate and sensitive analysis of obidoxime chloride in water and injection solutions.
Keywords:colorimetry. / compleximetry / Obidoxime chloride: palladium(II) chloride
Source:Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis, 1987, 5, 2, 141-149
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