Christian Thode Larsen

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The rate constants for transfer of model compounds (naproxen and lidocaine) from oily vehicle (Viscoleo) to aqueous buffer phases were determined by use of the rotating dialysis cell. Release studies were done for the partly ionized compounds at several pH values. A correlation between the overall first-order rate constant related to attainment of(More)
The purpose of the experiments in this paper was to evaluate granulation end-point control by power consumption measurement in a 25-L high shear mixer. The effect of impeller design, impeller speed, liquid addition rate, type of binder, and mixing ratio between lactose and starch on the correlation between power consumption and granule growth was(More)
Rate constants for transfer of naproxen and lidocaine from different oils and oil mixtures to aqueous buffer, pH 6.00, were determined using the rotating dialysis cell. Significantly different first-order rate constants related to attainment of equilibrium, k(obs), were derived depending on the type of oil/oil mixtures used in the release experiments. For(More)
The rate of disappearance of clinically used vegetable oils, Viscoleo, sesame oil, castor oil and isopropyl myristate, from the injection site after intramuscular (i.m.) or subcutaneous (s.c.) administration to pigs were determined by using a non-invasive gamma-scintigraphy method. All the oil vehicles were spiked with 2.5% (v/v) (125)I-triolein and six(More)
The rate constants for transfer of a homologous series of nicotinic acid esters from oil vehicles to aqueous buffer phases were determined using a rotating dialysis cell. The chemical stability of butyl nicotinate has been investigated at 60 degrees C over pH range 0.5--10. Maximum stability occurs at pH 4--5 and an inflection point was seen around the(More)
In oily vehicles containing different hydrogen bond donating excipients rates of transfer of the weak electrolytes naproxen and lidocaine from the oil phase to the aqueous medium were measured by using the rotating dialysis cell. A logarithmic linear correlation was established between the apparent partition coefficient, P(app), and the first-order rate(More)
Although N3 is perhaps the most widely used method for MRI bias field correction, its underlying mechanism is in fact not well understood. Specifically, the method relies on a relatively heuristic recipe of alternating iterative steps that does not optimize any particular objective function. In this paper we explain the successful bias field correction(More)
Flexible and high-aspect-ratio C(60) nanorods are synthesized using a liquid-liquid interfacial precipitation process. As-grown nanorods are shown to exhibit a hexagonal close-packed single-crystal structure, with m-dichlorobenzene solvent molecules incorporated into the crystalline structure in a C(60):m-dichlorobenzene ratio of 3:2. An annealing step at(More)
The organic light-emitting electrochemical cell (LEC) has emerged as an enabling technology for a wide range of novel and low-cost emissive applications, but its efficiency is still relatively modest. The focus in the field has so far almost exclusively been directed toward limiting internal loss mechanisms, whereas external losses resulting from poor(More)