Quantifying electrostatic interactions in pharmaceutical solid systems.

@article{Rowley2001QuantifyingEI,
  title={Quantifying electrostatic interactions in pharmaceutical solid systems.},
  author={Geoff Rowley},
  journal={International journal of pharmaceutics},
  year={2001},
  volume={227 1-2},
  pages={47-55}
}
  • Geoff Rowley
  • Published 2001 in International journal of pharmaceutics
Triboelectrification of pharmaceutical powders with stainless steel and polymer contact surfaces was investigated. alpha-Lactose monohydrate, from 90 to 125 up to 355-500 microm, was used to quantify electrostatic interactions with negligible powder adhesion to the contact surface. Size fractions down to 53-75 microm alone and in binary mixtures with <10 microm lactose or micronized salbutamol were used to investigate triboelectrification with powder adhered to the contact surface… CONTINUE READING