Pharmaceutical (medicinal) chemistry is concerned with the design (drug design) and synthesis of biologically active molecules. The aim is to gain new chemical molecules that could enable the discovery of new pharmaceuticals or optimize already known drug structures, thereby to expand the portfolio of chemical drugs.
Pharmaceutical chemistry is the study of drugs, and it involves drug development. Pharmaceutical chemistry work is usually done in a lab setting.
Pharmaceutical chemistry involves drug chemistry, quality assurance, metabolism, pharmacology, analytical techniques, and cures, and remedies for disease. Pharmaceutical chemistry leads to careers in pharmaceutical companies, biotechnology companies, drug development, and research facilities.
There are specific areas of study from chemistry that are important to pharmacists. The most important part of chemistry that is used in pharmacy is reactions and compounds. … Pharmacists have to know when two compounds make a new medicine and when two compounds make an explosion, so they don’t explode anything.
The chemistry of following pharmaceutical organic compounds, covering their nomenclature, chemical structure, uses, important chemical and physical properties, storage condition, stability, and the different type of pharmaceutical formulation of these drugs and their popular brands names.
Analgesics and antipyretics: Introduction to pain, pyrexia, Introduction to Analgesics and antipyretics. Classification, Chemistry and Monograph of Caffeine and Morphine (covering their nomenclature, chemical structure, uses, important chemical and physical properties, storage condition, stability, and the different type of pharmaceutical formulation of these drugs and their popular brands names)