The Role of Reference Standards in Pharmaceutical Analysis

Posted by , on Jul, 2016

Any drug analysis is comprised of a specific series of operations, typically from sampling through measurements and evaluations which will help to provide the ultimate analytical result. In order for the end result to meet all of the requirements, the appropriate practices, procedures, and methods have to be applied accordingly. Reference Standards were originally created for assays of a biological nature, but with the extensive use and development of a newer method of analysis. These reference standards help to ensure that the quality of pharmaceuticals and drugs remains at the highest possible quality.

What is a reference standard?
Reference materials and standards are materials or substances whose one property values are currently homogeneous as well as established to be used properly and effectively without error. There are several different types of reference materials such as the certified reference material, chemical reference substance, and several others. Both of them play vital roles in ensuring that the chemical process is handled as it should be so that no harm is done when it is administered.

A certified reference material is a substance or material of one or more who has a property value that is concluded by a valid procedure, which also is accompanied by detailed documentation. A chemical reference substance is one that is a uniform material that is authenticated and is intended for the use of physical and chemical tests. If these standards are followed properly, the entire process remains safe and accurate for all who handle the pharmaceutical.

All custom chemical organizations must follow these guidelines. American Custom Chemicals Corporation follows all of the analytical reference standards during the entire process of custom chemical operation. You can learn more about this process as well as the services they provide, via their current and informative website.

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