Pharmaceutical Principles of Solid Dosage Forms

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Taylor & Francis, Aug 16, 1993 - Medical - 259 pages
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This comprehensive guide presents the principles underlying the formation, properties and manufacturing of solid dosage forms. Developed by a leading pharmaceutical expert with 25 years of experience, this book is a precise handbook to powder dosage forms, hard shell capsules, milling, tablet, granulation and drying, stability, crystalline solids, DSC and amorphates, hygroscopicity, packaging, micromeritics, sustained release, and more. Designed for use by development pharmacists, analytical chemists, production pharmacists, and pharmacy professors and students, this book emphasizes U.S. validation principles; the interrelationship between formulation, manufacturing and existing USP and FDA guidelines; and aspects of pharmaceutics important to IND and NDA submission and subsequent supplements.

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