A Simple, Green and Fast Ultraviolet Spectrophotometric Method for the Carbamide Peroxide Determination in Dental Whitening Products

Author(s): Fabiana Vieira Lima*, Aline Farias, Cassiana Mendes, Simone Gonçalves Cardoso, Marcos Antônio Segatto Silva*.

Journal Name: Current Pharmaceutical Analysis

Volume 15 , Issue 2 , 2019

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Background: The carbamide peroxide is the most commonly active ingredient used for home dental whitening products, its quantification in pharmaceutical products is of extreme importance due to the relation with the products potency and the previously related low carbamide peroxide stability. Once, there is only one official carbamide peroxide determination based on iodometric titration, this method is time-consuming and generates a lot of residues. The aim of this study was to carry out development and validation of a simple and fast ultraviolet spectrophotometer assay to quantify an innovative dental whitening gel.

Methods: The proposed method was validated according international conference on harmonization guideline. Procedure is based on the iodide/iodine redox chemistry; iodine released through the action of hydrogen peroxide of carbamide peroxide with ultraviolet detection at 350 nm.

Results: The procedure was linear in the concentration range of 1.0-4.0 µg/mL, specific to the excipients, robust for the evaluated parameters (variation of wavelength (± 5 nm); reagent addition (± 10%)), showing the results of RSD 1.88 and 0.39% respectively. Repeatability precision was RSD = 1.42%, with accurate RSD = 2.15% by adding reference solution. The assay used only water as solvent for sample preparation. In comparison to the pharmacopeial method, the latter is more time-consuming, as it generates a lot of residues, and it could not quantify small CP dosages.

Conclusion: Thus, the proposed method was proved to be suitable to determine carbamide peroxide during the development and characterization of nanoparticle formulations in the present study.

Keywords: Carbamide peroxide, dental whitening, gel, method, ultraviolet spectrophotometric, validation.

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