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The role of water activity (a(w)), relative humidity (RH) and temperature on the hydration state of theophylline has been investigated. Slurry bridging experiments at controlled water activities, using powder X-ray diffraction (PXRD) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) to characterise the solid phase, established that the hydrate is the thermodynamically(More)
Milling is a key process in the preparation of many solid dosage forms. One possible milling induced change is the production of small levels of disorder or amorphous material found predominantly at the surface of a powder, which could lead to significant chemical and physical instability. The influence of crystal habit on this change was investigated using(More)
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