Handbook of pharmaceutical excipients
American Pharmaceutical Association, 1994 - Medical - 651 pages
Provides data on the additives used to convert pharmacologically active compounds into dosage forms suitable for administration to patients. Data includes: nonproprietary names, functional category, synonyms, chemical names and CAS Registry number, empirical formula, molecular weight, structural formula, commercial availability, method of manufacture,description, pharmacopeial specifications, typical properties, stability and storage conditions, incompatibilities, safety, handling precautions, regulatory acceptance, applications in pharmaceutical formulation or technology, use, related substances, comments, and specific references.
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