This is part chemistry question, but also want facts about this mixture that have already been, in part, addressed.
So the link in post #3 died, of course. This is why we should add shit to the site as oppposed to merely linking.
Anyways, a very bright elephant fluorescing in the UV region named novis came across a Mallinckrodt morphine
sulfate highly concentrated (20mg/ml) solution. This is supposed to be a generic version of Roxanol.
Originally Posted by http://pharmaceuticals.mallinckrodt.com/_Attachments/PressReleases/morphine%20oral%20conc%20PRfinal.pdf
This product is another addition to Mallinckrodt Pharmaceuticals Generics’
extensive line of Morphine Sulfate products. Morphine Sulfate (Immediate Release)
Concentrated Oral Solution is indicated for the relief of severe acute and chronic pain and
compares to aaiPharma’s brand, Roxanol®.
She is interested in obtaining pure morphine powder from this for h conversion and is curious about the inactives in this mixture and how the lady can go about accomplishing said goals. Would a simply A/B mixture be sufficient? Thanks.