Bookcover of Studies on 'crystallization process of a pharmaceutical product'
Booktitle:

Studies on 'crystallization process of a pharmaceutical product'

LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (2017-06-21 )

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ISBN-13:

978-3-330-33520-2

ISBN-10:
3330335203
EAN:
9783330335202
Book language:
English
Blurb/Shorttext:
In Chemical Engineering crystallization occurs in a crystallizer. Crystallization is therefore an aspect of precipitation, obtained through a variation of the solubility conditions of the solute in the solvent, as compared to precipitation due to chemical reaction. The particle-size distribution (PSD) of a powder, or granular material, or particles dispersed in fluid, is a list of values or a mathematical function that defines the relative amount, typically by mass, of particles present according to size. PSD is also known as grain size distribution. The PSD of a material can be important in understanding its physical and chemical properties. It affects the strength and load-bearing properties of rocks and soils. It affects the reactivity of solids participating in chemical reactions, and needs to be tightly controlled in many industrial products such as the manufacture of printer toner, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical products. This book covers the effects of Crystallization on PSD (particle size distribution) of Pharmaceutical product. Works on how to control the PSD of a product by altering different parameters involved in Crystallization.
Publishing house:
LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Website:
https://www.lap-publishing.com/
By (author) :
G. Bhanu Radhika, N. Annapurna Devi
Number of pages:
56
Published on:
2017-06-21
Stock:
Available
Category:
Chemical technology
Price:
35.90 €
Keywords:
solubility, particle-size distribution, pharmaceutical product, crystallization process, Chemical reactions

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