B.Pharm. VIII Sem
Sophisticated Instrument Training
|Date and Duration: 18/02/2019 (3 hrs)|
Demonstration and Explain the Principal of Karl Fischer instrument.
|Resource person/agency and affiliation:
Karan Gupta, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Pharm Analysis
|Brief description / remarks:
Objective: To expertise the student regarding the working of Karl Fischer instrument.
This session was organized for Students of VIII Sem., who are appearing in various interviews process for quality control and pharmaceutical production. By this type of activity student will learn about the theoretical as well as practical aspects of the Karl Fischer instrument. During the demonstration myself Karan Gupta taught the students about principal and working mechanism of Sophisticated Instruments. Karl Fischer titration is a classic titration method in analytical chemistry that uses coulometric or volumetric titration to determine trace amounts of water in a sample. The popularity of the Karl Fischer titration (henceforth referred to as KF) is due in large part to several practical advantages that it holds over other methods of moisture determination, such as accuracy, speed and selectivity Today, the titration is done with an automated Karl Fischer Instrument. At the end, students were able to answer about the basics of Karl Fischer instrument Technique.
Students learnt about the Karl Fischer instrument. This will definitely help the student during the advancement of the career and Interview process.
|No. of participants: 29|
|Prepared by: Karan Gupta, Assistant Professor, Deptt. of Pharmaceutical analysis|
|Verified and Submitted by (HOD/HOI): Dr. Amit Kumar Jain, Principal