Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry / 2012 / Article / Fig 2

Research Article

Identification of Medicinally Active Ingredient in Ultradiluted Digitalis purpurea: Fluorescence Spectroscopic and Cyclic-Voltammetric Study

Figure 2

Emission spectra obtained by analytical fluorescence spectroscopy of natural product Digitalis purpurea derivative having the purest derivative component Digoxin (B) showing emission maxima at 318 nm, showing a relative intensity of 4 . 5 × 1 0 6 . C6: Digitalis purpurea 6 having emission maxima at 357 nm and 374 nm showing a relative intensity of 1 3 × 1 0 6 and 1 2 × 1 0 6 . D30: Digitalis purpurea 30 having emission maxima at 357 nm and 374 nm showing a relative intensity of 1 6 × 1 0 6 and 1 4 . 5 × 1 0 6 . E200 = Digitalis purpurea 200 having emission maxima at 357 nm and 374 nm, showing a relative intensity of 1 0 × 1 0 6 and 9 × 1 0 6 .
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