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Articles by William F. Koch

William F. Koch


William F. Koch, PhD, is chief standards acquisition and metrology officer at the US Pharmacopeia.

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Inside USP: USP Reaches 2500 Reference Standards
April 2, 2010

Collaboration has been key to the pharmacopeia's achievement.

Inside USP: Heparin Monographs Further Revised
March 2, 2009

USP's Stage 2 heparin monograph revisions address identification, potency, and impurities.

Inside USP: USP Metals Testing: A Workshop Report
November 2, 2008

Attendees at a recent workshop endorsed new methods to detect metals in drugs, dietary supplements, and food ingredients.

Inside USP: Metrology and USP Dissolution
March 2, 2008

The United States Pharmacopeia emphasizes mechanical calibration and a performance test to esnure integrity of the dissolution procedure.

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