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July 13, 2021

The use of X-ray microtomography to investigate the microstructure of pharmaceutical tablets: Potentials and comparison to common physical methods

This new study from the University of Braunschweig explores the microstructure of tablets, analyzable thanks to X-ray microtomgraphy (XMT). 

This helps to get a deeper understanding of their properties: mechanical strength, component distribution etc. XMT measurements are then compared with other methods used to characterize APIs. Access the paper HERE

#pore size distribution #API homogeneity #Micro-cracks #tablet microstructure #tablet #X-ray microtomography

Feature article


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

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