Aqueous Polymeric Coatings for Pharmaceutical Dosage Forms
Presents an analysis of advances in aqueous-based polymeric coatings used around the world, providing coverage of coated dosage forms, film defects, and the characterization of polymers. The second edition offers information on biodegradeable and sillicone-based elastomer dispersions, the physical and mechanical properties of polymeric films, and more.
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