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The Catalysis of Temperature and Drug Packing Systems on the Chemical Additives of Drug

Wisam Hassan Ali1, Kawther Mejbel Hussein2, Doaa Hamed Salih3, Dr. Nagham Mahmood Aljamali4*

1Assistant Lecturer, M.Sc in Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Kufa, Iraq

2Assistant Lecturer, Science College, University of Kufa, Iraq

3Assistant Lecturer, Department of Genetic Engineering, College of Biotechnology, AL-Qasim Green University, Babylon

4Professor, Department of Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Iraq

*Corresponding Author: Nagham Mahmood Aljamali, Professor, Department of Chemistry, Synthetic Organic Chemistry, Iraq; Email: [email protected]

Received Date: October 9, 2023

Publication Date: November 24, 2023

Citation: Ali WH, et al. (2023). The Catalysis of Temperature and Drug Packing Systems on the Chemical Additives of Drug. Catalysis Research. 3(3):14.

Copyright: Ali WH, et al. © (2023). 


Drug-Chemical additives play an important role in preserving medicines for a longer period and the validity of the largest period, as well as methods of storing medicines and the effect of temperatures on chemical medicines. If you look at some of your food products, you will find on them some symbols for different chemical compounds that many people don't know about and don't care about. In a more meaningful sense, I was little to no food product without additives, from additives for flavor, color and aroma, to "preservatives" that give it a longer shelf life. Preservatives are commonly used in medications such as acetaminophen, insulin, and cough syrups to help prevent bacterial contamination. Simply put, preservatives help prevent the growth of microorganisms, especially bacteria and fungi, that may cause disease or infection. The word preservatives refers to a large group of chemical, natural, or synthetic compounds that prevent the growth of bacteria in many products such as foods, medicines, and personal care items. In order to remain usable as long as possible.

Keywords: drug storage, additives, Chemical drugs

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