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Applied Spectroscopic and Chromatographic Techniques for Natural Products: E-Resources: Course Outline

The goal of this interactive course is to provide an insightful overview of the fundamentals of process development and scale-up of ion-exchange chromatography.

Course Outline

General Methods of extraction

Isolation and purification of phytoconstituents

Isolation

Identification tests and estimation methods of phytoconstituents with special emphasis on HPLC

HPTLC and other advanced techniques

Structure Elucidation of Natural Products

Application of spectroscopic and chemical techniques to the elucidation of the structure of natural products

Structural elucidation of important phytoconstituents belonging to different groups

a)Alkaloids- Nicotine

Atropine

Morphine

Caffeine

b) Glycosides- Amygdalin

Strophanthidin

c) Steroids- Cholesterol

d) Carotenoids- Vitamin A

Lycopine and Beta-carotene

e) Terpinoids-Camphor

Eugenol

Taxol

Pyrithrine

f) Flavonoids:-Rutin

Quercetin

Advanced treatment of major spectroscopic techniques for the characterization of organic and drug molecules by Ultraviolet and IR spectroscopy

Optical rotatory dispersion

One dimensional and two dimensional Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy

Circular dichroism

Mass spectrometry

Relevant Books

E-Books

E-Books