Applied Physical Pharmacy
Designed as the core textbook for the required physical pharmacy or pharmaceutics course within the pharmacy school curriculum. With a focus on examples from pharmacy practice, this book presents the chemical and physical chemical principles fundamental to the development of medication dosage forms. Numerous case studies present relevant examples of physical chemical principles in current pharmacy practice.
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Antoine AlAchi and Robert Greenwood
Physical Properties of Solutions
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absorption acetate adsorbed adsorption alcohol anion aqueous solution binding blood buffer solution Calculate the pH cation cell coefficient complex compounds concentration contact angle cyclodextrin decrease diffusion dispersion dissolution dissolved dosage forms dose energy equation equilibrium example FIGURE first-order fluid forces formulation freezing point depression g/mole gastrointestinal tract hydrophobic increase interactions interface ionic ionization isotonic isotonic solution layer ligand linear liquid membrane method mg/mL molar mole molecular weight molecules mucus NaCl oral osmotic pressure particles partition pharmaceutical phenobarbital phosphate plasma plot polymer potassium properties protein rate constant reaction release Reprinted by permission rheology salt shear stress slope sodium chloride Sodium Chloride Equivalent solid solubility solvent Sprowls sulfate surface active agent surface tension suspension TABLE tablets temperature tion transport units vapor pressure viscosity weak acid weak base weak electrolytes zero-order