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Objective: Letrozole is a highly potent oral nonsteroidal aromatase inhibitor triazole derivative. The aim of this study was to quantify letrozole from bulk, pharmaceutical formulation, and spiked urine samples by developing a simple, rapid and cost effective capillary electrophoresis method. Methods: A capillary zone electrophoresis method was optimized and validated. Additionally, an UV spectrophotometry method was used for comparing results. Results:The capillary zone electrophoresis method using a 90 mM sodium tetraborate background electrolyte proved to be an efficient method for determination of letrozole in a very short time, less than 2 minutes, using 20 kV voltage, 50 mbar/2 seconds pressure and 50°C temperature as optimum parameters. Additionally, the UV spectrophotometry method proved to be simple and efficient to quantify letrozole from bulk material and pharmaceutical formulation with linearity of response between 5 to 20 μg·mL-1 concentrations. For both methods, validation parameters, including linearity, detection and quantification limits were determined. Also we proved that our electrophoretic method has potential in analyzing letrozole from biological samples, obtaining encouraging results on estimation of letrozole from spiked urine samples without any special treatment. Conclusions: To quantify letrozole from bulk material, pharmaceutical preparations, and spiked urine samples the capillary zone electrophoresis method using a tetraborate sodium background electrolyte has proven to be simple and appropriate. Also a simple UV spectrophotometric method has been developed and validated for the same purposes.
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A cloud-point extraction (CPE) process using the nonionic surfactant, Triton X-114 to extract Cd(II) ions from aqueous solutions was investigated. The method is based on the ion-pairing reaction of Cd(II) with Victoria blue B (VBB+) in presence of excess iodide at pH 4.0 and extraction of the complex formed. The chemical variables affecting CPE efficiency were studied, and the analytical characteristics of the method were obtained. The calibration curves were obtained in the ranges of 1.0-30 and 10-500 μg/L for Cd(II) ion with the detection limits of 0.34 and 3.8 μg/L at 608 and 634 nm, respectively. The selectivity study was also tested. The precision (N: 5, 25 μg/L) was 2.85% relative standard deviation. The results obtained for two certified reference samples were in a good agreement with the certified values. The method was successfully applied to the determination of Cd(II) in beverage samples.
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