What is impurities in pharma analysis?



What is impurities in pharma analysis?..

Answer / b.gangatharan

Impurities are unwanted chemicals that remain with the API or developed during formulation.
Thanks,
B.Gangatharan,
Caplin point laboratory,
Puducherry.

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