Vitamins

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Uses of Product:

Used as to treat and prevent heart related diseases, cancer, diabetes, cataract, asthma, skin disorders and in cosmetics.

 

Technical Details
CAS No 10191-41-0 [+α](Vegetable oil, Type V & VI)

59-02-9 [+α](Synthetic)

54-28-4 [+γ]

119-13-1[+δ]

Mol. Formula C29H50O2 [+/+α]

C28H48O2 [+γ]

C27H46O2 [+δ]

Mol. Weigh 430.71 [+/+α]

416.68 [+γ]

402.65 [+δ]

 

Specification
Identification:

A. Reaction with nitric acid

B. Optical rotation of ether extract residue

C. Retention time of major peak (TLC)

 

– Bright red or orange colour develops

d-isomer has not less than +240, dl-isomers shows essentially no optical rotation

– To comply

Acidity To comply
Organic volatile impurities To comply with relevant pharmacopoeia
Residual solvents To comply with relevant pharmacopoeia
Assay 96.0 % w/w – 102.0 % w/w

Uses of Product:

Used as to treat and prevent thiamine deficiency.

 

Technical Details
CAS No 67-03-8
Mol. Formula C12H17­ClN4OS·HCl
Mol. Weigh 337.27
Synonym Thiamine Hydrochloride

 

Specification
Identification:

A. IR Spectrum

B. Tests for Chloride

 

-To comply

-To comply

pH (1% w/v) 2.7 – 3.4
Water by KF Not more than 5.0 % w/w
Residue on ignition Not more than 0.2 % w/w
Absorbance of solution Not more than 0.025
Limit of nitrite No brown ring at the junction
Organic volatile impurities To comply with the test of relevant Pharmacopoeia
Chromatographic purity To comply with test of pharmacopoeia
Assay (on anhydrous basis) 98.0 % w/w – 102.0 % w/w

Uses of Product:

Used as to treat and prevent Vitamin B6deficiency.

 

Technical Details
CAS No 58-56-0
Mol. Formula C8H11­NO3·HCl
Mol. Weigh 205.64
Synonym Pyridoxine Hydrochloride

 

Specification
Identification:

A. IR Spectrum

B. Tests for Chloride

 

-To comply

-To comply

Loss on drying Not more than 0.5 % w/w
Residue on ignition Not more than 0.1 % w/w
Heavy Metal Not more than 0.003 % w/w
Organic volatile impurities To comply with the test of relevant Pharmacopoeia
Chloride content (On dried basis) 16.9 % w/w – 17.6 % w/w
Residual solvents To comply with test of pharmacopoeia
Assay (on anhydrous basis) 98.0 % w/w – 102.0 % w/w

SPECIFICATION

 

Name of the Product: Gum Guar USP

 

No. TESTS SPECIFICATIONS

(U.S.P.38 / N.F.33)                                        

1. Identification To Comply with Tests A & B.
2. Assay (%)

(Content of Galactomannans)

Minimum 66.0
3. Arsenic (µg/g) Maximum 3.0
4. Lead (µg/g) Maximum 10.0
5. Heavy metals (µg/g) Maximum 20.0
6. Total ash (%) (on dried basis) Maximum 1.5
7. Acid-insoluble matter (%) Maximum 7.0
8. Microbial contamination:

a)     TAMC (cfu per g)

b)    TYMC (cfu per g)

c)     Escherichia coli

d)    Salmonella

 

Maximum 104

Maximum 102

Absent

Absent

9. Protein (%) Maximum 10.0
10. Starch No blue color is produced.
11. Loss on drying (%)

(Dry at 1050 for 5 h)

Maximum 15.0

 

 

STANDARD TESTING SPECIFICATION

 

Name of the Product: Guar Gum U.S.P. / N.F.

 

No. TESTS SPECIFICATIONS (U.S.P. 39 / N.F. 34)                  
1. Identification A.    Under a microscope in glycerol, it shows pyriform or ovoid cells, usually isolated, having very thick walls around a central somewhat elongated lumen with granular contents, and smaller polyhedral cells, isolated or in clusters with thinner walls.

B.    A stiff gel forms with 2 gm guar in 45 ml of water.

C.     Gel forms with suspension of 0.1 gm in 10 ml of water with 1 ml of a 10 g/L solution of disodium tetraborate

D.    The Chromatogram obtained with the test solution shows 2 zones due to galactose and mannose..

2. Assay (%)

(Content of Galactomannans)

Minimum 66.0
3. Arsenic (µg/g) Maximum 3.0
4. Lead(µg/g) Maximum 10.0
5. Heavy metals(µg/g) Maximum 20.0
6. Total ash (%) (on dried basis) Maximum 1.5
7. Acid-insoluble matter (%) Maximum 7.0
8. Microbial contamination:

e)  TAMC (cfu per g)

f)    TYMC (cfu per g)

g)  Escherichia coli

h)  Salmonella

 

Maximum 104

Maximum 102

Absent

Absent

9. Protein (%) Maximum 10.0
10. Starch No blue color is produced.
11. Loss on drying (%) (Dry at1050for 5 hr) Maximum 15.0