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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-790628

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Objective To develop a new high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC ) coupled with Evaporative Light Scattering Detector (ELSD) method for simultaneous determination of two indicative components (peimine and peimi-nine) in Xiaoer Baotaikang granules .Methods The analysis was performed on a Thermo C18 column (250 mm × 4 .6 mm , 5 μm) by using a mobile phase consisted of acetonitrile-water and diethylamine (65 ∶ 35 ∶ 0 .03) ,and the flow rate was 1 .0 ml/min;ELSD parameters :the temperature of drift tube was 85 ℃ and the carrier gas flow rate was 2 .2 L/min .Results The linear ranges of peimine and peiminine were 0 .586~5 .860 μg (r=0 .999 6) and 0 .564~5 .640 μg (r=0 .999 9) ,respec-tively .The average recovery rate for peimine and peiminine was 99 .44% (RSD was 0 .7% ) and 98 .56% (RSD was 1 .0% ) , respectively .Conclusions The method is sample ,accurate and reproducible ,which could be used for the quality control of Xiao-er Bao taikang g ranules .

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Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-341619

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In this study, we obtained the TiO2 films with different thickness by micro-are oxidation (MAO) on commercially available pure titanium. By altering the duration time, we got the films 5 microm, 10 microm, and 20 microm in thickness, respectively. XRD and SEM were employed to characterize the phase, composition and microstructure of the films. The MAO film, which was about 5 microm thick, was porous and even with the pore size about 1 microm. No other crystalline phase except anatase was detected by XRD. The film, which was 10 microm thick, was similar to the former. The pores were well separated and homogeneously distributed over the surface. The XRD pattern indicated that the film was composed of anatase and a minor amount of rutile, whereas the pore size of 20 microm film was about 4-6 microm and was bigger than the others. Furthermore, the small cracks were easy to observe. XRD pattern showed that the Ti peak was significantly reduced and new Ca, P, O containing compound was formed in addition to rutile and anatase with the film thickness increasing. There were significant differences in regard to surface roughness of the three groups. These findings suggest that the film thickness has an intense effect on the quality of the MAO coating. By changing the film thickness, we can extensively change the composition, structure and chemical properties of the surface layer on titanium.


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Coated Materials, Biocompatible , Chemistry , Oxidation-Reduction , Porosity , Surface Properties , Titanium , Chemistry
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