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Maryam Ahmed Bakr

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Name : Maryam Ahmed Bakr
Title: Assistant Lecturer
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Personal Info: Maryam Ahmed, Teaching Assistant of Analytical Chemistry - Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry. Graduated from faculty of Pharmaceutical sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries, Future University in Egypt, in june 2012. View More...

Education

Certificate Major University Year
Masters Analytical chemistry Faculty of Pharmacy - Cairo University 2020
Bachelor Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries Future University - Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences & Pharmaceutical Industries 2012

Teaching Experience

Name of Organization Position From Date To Date
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Pharmaceutical Industries Teaching Assistant - Analytical Chemistry 01/01/2012 01/01/2016
Gawesh Pharmacy Retail Pharmacy Intern. 01/07/2011 01/09/2011
Seif Pharmacy Retail Pharmacy Intern 01/07/2009 01/09/2009

Researches /Publications

Spectrophotometric resolution and quantification of ternary co-formulated mixture of thioctic acid, benfotiamine and cyanocobalamin - 01/0

Maryam Ahmed Abdel Raouf Bakr

Hegazy Maha, Abbas Samah

01/04/2019

Four spectrophotometric methods were developed and validated for spectral resolution and determination of thioctic acid (THC), benfotiamine (BEN) and cyanocobalamin (CNCo) in their pure form, laboratory prepared mixtures and capsules. Method A, a first derivative method for determination of CNCo, by recording the peak amplitude at 564.0 nm. Method B, is a Ratio difference spectrophotometric one which is applied for determination of THC and BEN, where CNCo has no interference. Method C applied first derivative of ratio spectra where THC and BEN were determined by recording the peak amplitude at 330.8 and 286.8 nm, in order. Method D a Ratio subtraction method that was successfully determines BEN at its λmax without interference of the other co-formulated drugs. Validation according to ICH guidelines was performed. The linearity ranges were 200.00–1800.00, 2.00–30.00 and 10.00–200.00 μg/mL for THC, BEN and CNCo, in a respective order. The methods were found to be accurate, precise and specific.

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