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Hiba S. JASSEM

COMPRESSION BETWEEN KAOLIN AND CORN SEED AS ADSORBENTS ON THE ADSORPTION OF METFORMIN HYDROCHLORIC FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION UNDER DIFFERENT CONDITIONS

Metformin is currently the medicine used to treat hypoglycemia most frequently. We used kaolin and corn seed surfaces to draw out the drug metformin hydrochloride from aqueous solutions. The medicine metformin, which is currently the most frequently prescribed oral hypoglycemic, has outstanding safety profiles and is only contraindicated in people with definite medical problems, particularly chronic renal failure, congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and liver disease. The analysis demonstrates how many factors, such as equilibrium time (5–15 min), pH (8.5) as well as for pH of small intestine, temperature (32–37°C). It is discovered that when temperature and pH increase, the amount of adsorbate present decreases, with equilibrium requiring 15 minutes. The wavelength used for the analysis of metformin HCl was (260 nm). To discover the appropriate adsorption parameters, it was chosen to apply response surface methodology (RSM). Through thorough physical characterization using techniques including FTIR it was demonstrated that the primary driving forces behind the adsorption processes are H-bonding, electrostatic attraction, and so-called (electron donor-acceptor) EDA interactions. Modeling revealed that the best explanation for the MF adsorption involved an isotherm that depended on Giles categorization, was spontaneous (ΔG = -5.9 kJ/mole), and was endothermic (ΔH = +12.14 kJ/mole).

Keywords: Adsorption, Kaolin, Thermodynamic, Metformin Hcl, Pharmacokinetics And Diabetic Type 2.

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8234.18.14


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