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Detailed view of Natrii hydrogenocarbonas.

 

 

Monograph Number 195
English Name Sodium hydrogen carbonate

French Name

Sodium (bicarbonate de)
Latin Name Natrii hydrogenocarbonas
Pinyin Name  
Chinese Name  

State of Work

2
Pharmeuropa N/A
Published in Supplement 6.0
Revision in progress Yes
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Additional information N/A
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Status  
Reference standards  
Trade Names
To be used in test(s) Brand Name
COS
Substance
Number
Substance Certificate Holder Certificate Number Issue
Date
Status Type
195 Sodium hydrogen carbonate Solvay Quimica, S.L. ES 08029 Barcelona   R0-CEP 2006-043-Rev 00 15/03/2007 VALID Chemistry
195 Sodium hydrogen carbonate Solvay Carbonate France FR 75009 Paris   R1-CEP 2004-252-Rev 00 30/11/2010 VALID Chemistry

 

 


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Catalogue Code ISA_76_538
Name Erythromycin
Unit quantity 75 mg
Sale unit 1
Assigned content 920 IU per mg
Additional information The 2nd International Standard for Erythromycin is supplied exclusively for use as primary standard for the establishment of National/Regional secondary working standards and for no other purpose. As working standard, please use the Ph Eur reference standard (Erythromycin for microbiological assay CRS E1300000) established against the ISA.
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Study Report n/a
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Origin Fermentation/Microbiological
Storage conditions -20°C
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