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- L. P. de Almeida, S. Simöes, P. Brito, A. Portugal, M. Figueiredo
- Materials ScienceJournal of pharmaceutical sciences
- 1 June 1997
It was concluded that most of the assumptions associated with the models currently used to describe the dissolution process were not valid for the present experimental conditions and motivated the proposal of a new methodology, which uses the experimentally determined characteristics of the drug and takes into account the polydisperse nature of the powder.