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Review Article

Use of Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy for the Detection of Glycemic Elements in Indian Medicinal Plants

Table 1

Intensity ratio of different elements of some antidiabetic plants with respect to C III (229.6 nm).

Intensity ratio (element/ref)Cynodon dactylon Emblica officinalis Ficus benghalensis Moringa oleifera Momordica charantia Psidium guajava unripe Trichosanthes dioica Withania coagulans

C /C 11111111
C247.8 nm/C 0.583260.872160.728420.773760.998450.632130.659254.43244
Mg /C 1.536173.069773.193021.317962.749254.261751.485914.33553
Mg /C 0.709472.043781.829470.843322.956272.391521.130313.39804
/C 2.5844239.20932.729513.370541.938640.721393.387161.98661
/C 1.9562718.317372.948154.184241.673910.512832.025460.76354
/C 0.981745.411761.872452.742940.983510.392710.55465

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