Characterisation and surface-profiling techniques for composite particles produced by dry powder coating in pharmaceutical drug delivery
Dahmash, Eman Z.; Mohammed, Afzal R.;
mesheuropmc: food and beverages
The production of composite particles using dry powder coating is a one-step, environmentally friendly, process for the fabrication of particles with targeted properties and favourable functionalities. Diverse functionalities, such flowability enhancement, content unifo... View more
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