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3. A FACILE SYNTHESIS OF (S) – (-) – PROPRANOLOL
Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2003

Abstract
  A one-pot synthesis of (S)-(-)-propranolol is reported. Zn(NO3)2/(+)-tartaric acid catalyzed enantioselective synthesis of (S)-(-)-propranolol via kinetic resolution of key intermediate ?-naphthyl glycidyl ether with high optical and chemical yield.  Read More

4. IMPROVED CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR DETERMINATION OF SODIUM DICLOFENAC IN INJECTABLE SOLUTION AND PREDICTION OF CHEMICAL STABILITY
Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2003

Abstract
  Two modified methods for assaying sodium diclofenac were developed by GC and HPLC. Diclofenac was converted into methyl ester derivative by methyl iodide in acetone. The ester was extract and subjected to GLC with flame ionization detector. %5 SE-30/chrom W-HP (80-100 mesh) was used as a column in GC. ...  Read More

7. A MODEL FOR MIXED CONTINUOUS AND DISCRETE RESPONSES WITH POSSIBILITY OF MISSING RESPONSES
Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2003

Abstract
  A model for missing data in mixed binary and continuous responses, which can be used on cross-sectional data, is presented. In this model response indicator for the binary response can be dependent on the continuous response. A closed form for the likelihood is found. For data with a complicated pattern ...  Read More

8. EMPIRICAL BAYES ANALYSIS OF TWO-FACTOR EXPERIMENTS UNDER INVERSE GAUSSIAN MODEL
Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2003

Abstract
  A two-factor experiment with interaction between factors wherein observations follow an Inverse Gaussian model is considered. Analysis of the experiment is approached via an empirical Bayes procedure. The conjugate family of prior distributions is considered. Bayes and empirical Bayes estimators are ...  Read More

9. OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF THIN Cu FILMS AS A FUNCTION OF SUBSTRATE TEMPERATURE
Volume 14, Issue 1 , Winter 2003

Abstract
  Copper films (250 nm) deposited on glass substrates, at different substrate temperatures. Their optical properties were measured by ellipsometery (single wavelength of 589.3 nm) and spectrophotometery in the spectral range of 200–2600 nm. Kramers Kronig method was used for the analysis of the reflectivity ...  Read More