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Stress relaxation of compacts produced from viscoelastic materials
Porosity expansion of tablets as a result of bonding and deformation of particulate solids
Compaction mechanism and tablet strength of unlubricated and lubricated (silicified) microcrystalline cellulose.
Tensile strength of tablets containing two materials with a different compaction behaviour.
Tableting Properties of Experimental and Commercially Available Lactose Granulations for Direct Compression
AbstractLactose granulations (125-250 μm) were prepared from two different β-lactose monohydrate powders and one roller dried B-lactose powder respectively, by wet granulation with only water as a…
Effect of magnesium stearate on bonding and porosity expansion of tablets produced from materials with different consolidation properties.
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BULK-DENSITY AND COMPACTIBILITY OF LACTOSE GRANULATIONS
THE EFFECT OF DRY GRANULATION ON THE CONSOLIDATION AND COMPACTION OF CRYSTALLINE LACTOSE
Improvement of dissolution of poorly soluble drugs by solid deposition on a super disintegrant. II. The choice of super disintegrants and effect of granulation