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Impact Of Process Variables On The Micromeritic And Physicochemical Properties Of Spray‐dried Porous Microparticles, Part I: Introduction Of A New Morphology Classification System

K. Paluch, L. Tajber, O. Corrigan, A. Healy
Published 2012 · Materials Science, Medicine

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Objectives  This work investigated the impact of spray drying variables such as feed concentration, solvent composition and the drying mode, on the micromeritic properties of chlorothiazide sodium (CTZNa) and chlorothiazide potassium (CTZK).
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