Determination of diphenhydramine by capillary electrophoresis with tris(2,2'-bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) electrochemiluminescence detection.
Tris(2,2'-bipyridyl)ruthenium(II) electrochemiluminescence detection in a capillary electrophoresis separation system was used for the determination of diphenhydramine. In this study, platinum disk electrode (300 mum in diameter) was used as a working electrode and the influence of applied potential and buffer conditions were investigated. Under optimal conditions: 1.2 V applied potential, pH 8.50, 15 kV separation voltage and 10 mmoll(-1) running buffer, the calibration curve of diphenhydramine was linear over the range of 4x10(-8) to 1x10(-5) moll(-1). This technique gave satisfactory precision, and relative standard deviations of migration times and chemiluminescence peak intensities were less than 1 and 6%, respectively. The technique was applied to animal studies for determination of diphenhydramine extracted from rabbit plasma and urine samples, and the extraction efficiency were between 92 and 98.5%.
Liu, J; Cao, W; Yang, X; Wang, E
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