Ionic impurities in drug products – USP proposes new ion chromatography method
contributed by Metrohm |
Chloride and sulfate are common impurities present in drug substances and drug products. Current limit tests as per USP general chapter are based on turbidity and/or visual comparison methods. Both methods lack specificity and fail the requirements of data integrity.
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