Caliberation curve

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Ankit
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Caliberation curve

Respected sir/madam

I want to know that why caliberation curve is made in different sovent and buffers systems during preformulation studies.

Abhishek Singh
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calibration curve is made for

calibration curve is made for defining the knopwn range of conc of solute in a solution . if solution is composed of more than one variant it  is better to rule out that.

Rajeshwari patel
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Hello,

Hello,

 Calibartion curve ismade i differant solvent to nullify if any interferance of the solvent.
Regrds
Rajeshwari

Rajiv Dua
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The calibration curve shows a

The calibration curve shows a linear relation with the type of analysis you are performing as well as it will tell you the range of your test...in case of Protein formulation calibration curve shows a linear relation between concentration and absorbance. It shows that Beer Lambert law is obeyed in the concentration range in case of assay reproducible is checked with inter-day and intra-day variation of the slopes of the calibration curves