Determination of chlordiazepoxide, its hydrochloride and related impurities in pharmaceutical formulations by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
- Published Article
Journal of chromatography
- Publication Date
Jan 20, 1984
A quantitative high-performance liquid chromatographic method using an octadecylsilane column and a methanol-water mobile phase was employed for the determination of chlordiazepoxide, chlordiazepoxide X HCl and related impurities in capsule and tablet preparations. Each component is well separated and directly detected by 254 nm absorption. For chlordiazepoxide and chlordiazepoxide X HCl the coefficient of variation for replicated injections was below 1%. Recovery of authentic samples ranged from 98.4 to 101.6% for both capsule and tablet formulations.
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