Particle Size Impacts Solid & Liquid Formulations

Particle Size in Formulations

Measure Particles and Droplets in Solid and Liquid Formulations to Optimize Process Development


Applications Related to Solid and Liquid Formulations

Tablet and Capsule Disintegration and Dissolution
Study Particle Size and Count During Dissolution Testing and Formulation Development

Liquid Suspensions and Emulsions
Particle or droplet size and stability are critical in liquid formulations of suspensions or emulsions


Publications on Solid and Liquid Formulations

White Papers

PAT for Emulsions
Use PAT for emulsions and suspension characterization without the need for sampling or sample prep.
Monitor Tablet & Granule Disintegration
The role of in-process particle measurement to complement traditional API dissolution studies is presented. The use of particle size and count measure...
Particle Size Analysis for Process Optimization
This white paper introduces some of the most common particle size analysis approaches and how they can be deployed for the effective delivery of high...

On-Demand Webinars

Emulsion Formulation in Consumer Products
This webinar discusses how to optimize the emulsion formulation process in consumer products. Inline particle size measurement is used to improve the...
Online Monitoring of MicroEncapsulation
The effect that product and process variability has on microparticle is essential for successful development, optimization, and scale-up of an encapsu...
De-Emulsification and Emulsification of Petroleum-Water
In Petroleum, emulsions are often necessary in upstream transfer of crude oil and in downstream separation of oil and water in the crude oil process....
Improve Emulsion Stability
Particle or droplet size is critical to improve the stability of emulsions and liquid formulations. Ideally, scientists and engineers accelerate their...

Related Products

Particle Size Measurement Technology for Formulations

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