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Quantification of residual crystallinity in ball milled commercially sourced lactose monohydrate by thermo-analytical techniques and terahertz spectroscopy
The quantification of crystallinity is necessary in order to be able to control the milling process. The use of thermal analysis for this assessment presents certain challenges, particularly in the case of crystal hydrates. ...
High-performance liquid chromatography method development for studying the degradation of freeze-dried adenosine triphosphate when stored at 4 and 40 degrees C.
(J. Pharmacy and Pharmacology, v. 61, p. A130-A130, 2009)
Micro-structural analysis of tablet surface layers by intelligent laser speckle classification (ILSC) technique: An application in the study of both surface defects and subsurface granule structures
Purpose : As a consequence of the latest developments in laser technologies it is now possible to develop a low-cost and accurate tablet inspection system by the unification of optical and artificial intelligence methods. ...
Solubility and dissolution rate enhancement of ibuprofen by co-milling with polymeric excipients
The aim of this study was to enhance the kinetic solubility and dissolution rate of ibuprofen by co-milling with different excipients and to establish the underlying mechanism(s) for such enhancement. In the first-part, ...