An investigation into the effects of excipient particle size, blending techniques and processing parameters on the homogeneity and content uniformity of a blend containing low-dose model drug

Alyami, Hamad and Dahmash, Eman and Bowen, James and Mohammed, Afzal (2017) An investigation into the effects of excipient particle size, blending techniques and processing parameters on the homogeneity and content uniformity of a blend containing low-dose model drug. [Data Collection]

Collection Method

Quantitative and qualitative data were collected for this study, the Excel files contain callibration curve for a model low drug dose ( Egocalciferol Vit D2) , Diffrent mixing techniques ( geometric and orederd ) were included as well. Data is also included for adhesion energy measurments( obtained from interferomtry technique) for mterials that were used in this study.

Metadata

Type of Data: Dataset
Divisions: Life and Health Sciences > Applied Health Research Group
Data Publisher: Aston University
Funders: Saudi Arabia Goverment, Najran Univeristy
Keywords: Powder blend, Content uniformity, Geometric blending, Excipient particle size, Processing parameters
Geographic coverage: Birmingham, United Kingdom
Statement on legal, ethical and access issues: There are no legal, ethical or access issues with regards to this dataset.
Date Made Available: 12 April 2017
Collection period:
FromTo
20142016
Identification Number: 10.17036/researchdata.aston.ac.uk.00000223
Publication URL: http://publications.aston.ac.uk/30926/

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Ergo. Calibration Curve.xlsx
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Geometric Blending.xlsx
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Ordered Blending.xlsx
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2016-08-06 Particle-particle adhesion energy prediction.docx
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