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Research Article

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

Table 3

Percent recovery for aqueous vitamin waters for comparison.

Test sampleBy origin molarMolar by standard curvePercent recovery

12.23 × 10−62.23 × 10−6100
22.79 × 10−62.79 × 10−6100
33.03 × 10−63.03 × 10−6100
43.19 × 10−63.19 × 10−6100
53.59 × 10−63.59 × 10−6100
64.31 × 10−64.31 × 10−6100
75.90 × 10−65.90 × 10−6100
86.46 × 10−66.46 × 10−6100
97.89 × 10−67.89 × 10−699.9
109.81 × 10−69.80 × 10−699.9
111.21 × 10−51.20 × 10−599.9
121.35 × 10−51.35 × 10−5100
131.35 × 10−51.35 × 10−5100
141.53 × 10−51.53 × 10−599.9
151.78 × 10−51.78 × 10−599.9
161.96 × 10−51.96 × 10−599.9
172.02 × 10−52.02 × 10−599.9
182.37 × 10−52.37 × 10−599.9
192.78 × 10−52.78 × 10−599.9
203.16 × 10−53.16 × 10−599.9
213.56 × 10−53.56 × 10−599.9

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