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The chromatographic conditions were as follows.
|Column Length||25 cm|
|Column Diameter||4.6 mm|
|Column Packing||C18 Reverse Phase, (cyanopropile chain) Column Temperature 30oC|
|Mobile Phase||25%0.01M potassium phosphate (adjusted to pH 7 with 85% phosphoric acid)60% acetonitrile and 15% methanol|
|Detector||UV adsorption at 215 nm|
An example of the use of native silica is in the analysis of Darvocet® and its generic equivalent formulation. The separation obtained is shown in figure 44. Darvocet® is an acetaminophen product of which acetaminophen itself is the active ingredient together with other weakly polar substances present. Consequently, the mixture lends itself to separation on silica gel. The analysis was completed in less than 4 minutes using a short column 3.3 cm long and 4.6 mm in diameter. The silica packing had a particle size of 3 m providing a maximum efficiency of about 5,500 theoretical plates.
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Figure 44 The Analysis of Acetaminophen Formulations