Influence of inverse gas chromatography measurement conditions on surface energy parameters of lactose monohydrate.

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Surface energy of any powder determined by inverse gas chromatography (IGC) should be independent of the measurement conditions or type of column used. In this study stainless steel and glass columns were filled with lactose powder. Dispersive and polar components of surface free energy were determined at different flow rates of carrier gas using lactose… (More)

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@article{Planinek2003InfluenceOI, title={Influence of inverse gas chromatography measurement conditions on surface energy parameters of lactose monohydrate.}, author={Odon Planin{\vs}ek and Jernej Zadnik and Stefan Rozman and Matja{\vz} Kunaver and R. de Dreu and Stane Sr{\vc}i{\vc}}, journal={International journal of pharmaceutics}, year={2003}, volume={256 1-2}, pages={17-23} }