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Research Article

Detection and Assay of Vitamin B-2 (Riboflavin) in Alkaline Borate Buffer with UV/Visible Spectrophotometry

Table 1

Percent recovery vitamin B-2 for repeated samples for evaluation.

Test sampleMolarityMolarity by standard curvePercent recovery

13.49 × 10−53.46 × 10−599.2
23.49 × 10−53.48 × 10−599.7
33.49 × 10−53.48 × 10−599.7
43.49 × 10−53.43 × 10−598.3
53.49 × 10−53.51 × 10−5101
63.49 × 10−53.46 × 10−599.2
73.49 × 10−53.51 × 10−5101
83.49 × 10−53.51 × 10−5101
93.49 × 10−53.49 × 10−5100
103.49 × 10−53.54 × 10−5101
113.49 × 10−53.51 × 10−5101
123.49 × 10−53.51 × 10−5101
138.51 × 10−58.45 × 10−599.3
148.51 × 10−58.61 × 10−5101
158.51 × 10−58.53 × 10−5100
168.51 × 10−58.25 × 10−597
178.51 × 10−58.61 × 10−5101
188.51 × 10−58.45 × 10−599.3
198.51 × 10−58.45 × 10−599.3
208.51 × 10−58.61 × 10−5101
218.51 × 10−58.61 × 10−5101
228.51 × 10−58.53 × 10−5100
238.51 × 10−58.61 × 10−5101
248.51 × 10−58.45 × 10−599.3

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