Estimation of Labetalol Hydrochloride in bulk and formulation by UV-Spectrophotometric Area Under Curve.
The current work was carried out for estimation of labetalol hydrochloride in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage form by utilizing area under curve method (AUC) method .For this purpose the wavelength range 200-400 nm was selected .Distilled Water was used as a solvent throughout the work. The linearity was observed in concentration range 5-25 µg/ml (r2 =0.9788) for the method. The present was found which can be used for routine quality control analysis for spectrophotometric estimation of labetalol hydrochloride in bulk and dosage form.
Keywords: Labetalol hydrochloride, Area under curve (AUC), Distilled Water, UV Spectrophotometric.
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