Quantitative analysis of klimont, a new natural biologically active preparation
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A method for quantitative determination of silicon, aluminum, and iron, the main active components in the natural biologically active preparation klimont, is developed that ensures good reproducibility and accuracy. The limits for the content of these elements are established and can be introduced into the “Quantitative Determination” section of the draft manufacturer’s pharmacopoeial monograph for klimont.
Key wordsklimont quantitative analysis silicon oxide aluminum oxide iron complexometry spectrophotometry metrological characteristics
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