Martin's Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences: Physical Chemical and Biopharmaceutical Principles in the Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2006 - Medical - 795 pages
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This text is the most comprehensive resource on the application of physical chemical principles in the various branches of pharmacy. It helps students, teachers, researchers, and manufacturing pharmacists use the elements of mathematics, chemistry, and physics in their work and study.

This edition thoroughly examines basic physical pharmacy principles, equilibria phenomena, kinetic phenomena, dispersed systems, and drug delivery, and relates the pharmaceutical sciences to biological phenomena. New chapters cover biopharmaceutics and bioavailability; molecular and cellular biopharmaceutics; transporters and metabolizing enzymes; molding and compaction; and drug delivery systems.

Significantly updated and revised review questions for each chapter are available in the book and on

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