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May 3, 2021

Troubleshooting tablet defects in no-time

There are numerous tablet defects: chipping, picking & sticking, cracking, lamination & capping to name a few.

Lamination & capping often occur during scale-up and are main issues in our industry. Capping is the partial or complete removal of the crown of a tablet from the main body, while lamination is the separation of a tablet into two or more distinct layers. However, those 2 phenomenon share similar causes...

#troubleshooting #deffect #tablet

Press review

Nov. 24, 2020

First impressions: Tablet shape can impact patient acceptance

One new interesting article we've discovered on, dealing with tablet design and its impact on patient acceptance.

What would be the benefits of a flat faced radius edge tablet design as compared to a flat faced bevel edge?

Full article is online here

#tablet #Design principles



July 30, 2020

Characterization and modeling of the viscoelasticity of pharmaceutical tablets

Université de Bordeaux proposes an original experimental methodology, using a STYL'One, to characterize specifically the viscoelasticity of tablets.
Find out on the Papers page how this methodology was successfully applied to microcrystalline cellulose (MCC), Starch, Lactose monohydrate (GLac) and Anhydrous Calcium Phosphate (ACP).

#STYL'One evo #mechanical behaviour #viscoelasticity #speed #compaction #strain rate sensitivity #tablet

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