Azithromycin impurity I, EvoPure® (3'-N-demethylazithromycin) is one of several impurities found in Azithromycin and can be used as a reference standard for impurity profiling.
We also offer:
- Azithromycin Impurity E, EvoPure® (A074)
- Azithromycin Impurity F, EvoPure® (A075)
- Azithromycin Impurity G, EvoPure® (A083)
- Azithromycin impurity J, EvoPure® (A082)
- Azithromycin impurity L, EvoPure® (A078)
EvoPure® products have been fully characterized by spectral analysis and are shipped with a comprehensive certificate of analysis containing lot-specific HPLC, MS, HNMR, and FTIR data.
|Application||Azithromycin impurity I is primarily used as a reference standard. Reference standards are well characterized compounds that can be used to help identify and/or quantify impurities in pharmaceutical compounds and antimicrobials.|
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