Pellets and Pelletization Techniques : a Critical Review

  title={Pellets and Pelletization Techniques : a Critical Review},
  author={Deb Ratul and Ahmed Abdul Baquee},
  • Deb Ratul, Ahmed Abdul Baquee
  • Published 2013
In the pharmaceutical industry, pellets can be defined as small, free-flowing, spherical particulates manufactured by the agglomeration of fine powders or granules of drug substances and excipients using appropriate processing equipment. Pelletization has gained a great interest in recent years due to its various advantages over other similar techniques; such as uniformity of dose and flexibility in dosage form design. There are a number of pelletization techniques currently used by… CONTINUE READING
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