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The objective of this work was to develop and validate a fast and reproducible method which is able to determine the concentration of ketoconazole in raw materials and tablets. The samples were analyzed by dynamic thermogravimetry at heating rates of 10, 20, 40, 60 and 80°C min−1 in nitrogen and nitrogen-synthetic air mixture. The concentrations of ketoconazole in the raw material and in the tablets were obtained from the vapor pressure curves. The data showed that there is no significant difference between the vapor pressure profiles of ketoconazole itself and in its tablet in both studied environmental conditions confirming that the process is really vaporization. The concentration of ketoconazole was determined in the raw material and tablets of the drug.

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The objective of this work was to develop and validate a fast and reproducible method able to determine the concentration of mebendazole in raw materials and tablets. The samples were analyzed by dynamic thermogravimetry, in the heating rates of 10, 20, 40, 60 and 80C min–1, in the atmospheres of nitrogen and nitrogen with synthetic air. Obtained data were used in the equations of Antoine and Langmuir, with the purpose to get the pressure curves of those. Vapor pressure curves of drug and tablet of mebendazole were evaluated using the mathematical indexes of difference factor, f 1, and similarity factor, f 2, to compare its profiles. The data showed that there is no significant difference between the vapor pressure profiles of drug and tablet of mebendazole in both environmental conditions studied, what confirms that the process is really vaporization. The concentration of mebendazole was determined in the raw material and tablets with the drug.

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The objective of this work was to develop and validate a fast and reproducible method to determine the concentration of metronidazole in drug substance and tablets. The samples were analyzed by dynamic thermogravimetry, using 10, 20, 40, 60 and 80C min–1 heating rates in nitrogen and in nitrogen with synthetic air. Obtained data were used in the Antoine and Langmuir equations in order to have the pressure curves. Vapor pressure curves of drug and tablet of metronidazole were evaluated using the mathematical indexes of difference factor, f 1, and similarity factor, f 2, to compare their profiles. The data showed that there is no significant difference between the vapor pressure profiles of drug and tablet of metronidazole in both environmental conditions, which confirms that the process is really vaporization. The concentration of metronidazole was determined in the raw material and tablets of the drug.

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