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Microsphere formation in droplets using antisolvent vapour precipitation technique

Chew, Sean Jun Liang;
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  • Published: 02 Mar 2017
Abstract
In previous studies, the antisolvent vapour precipitation method has been proven to produce uniformly sized lactose microspheres (1.0 µm) from a single droplet (1.2 mm diameter) at atmospheric pressure. These types of particles have potential applications in the pharmaceutical industry, especially due to their high dissolution rate. This project looked into the possibility of using antisolvent vapour precipitation to produce microspheres from finely atomised droplets. Microspheres in the sub-micron scale (0.4 μm diameter) have been produced by this method, much smaller than those obtained from the single droplet method (1.0 μm diameter). The microsphere formatio...
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free text keywords: Uncategorized, 1959.1/1178684, thesis(masters), ethesis-20150614-190317, 2015, monash:156151, open access, antisolvent, precipitation, microspheres
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publication . Other literature type . 2017

Microsphere formation in droplets using antisolvent vapour precipitation technique

Chew, Sean Jun Liang;