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An understanding of how glass composition and heat treatment influences the subsequent microstructure of fluorphlogopite glass-ceramics and how aspect ratio of the fluorphlogopite crystals and their interconnectivity can be controlled to give the house of cards microstructure ...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 34646
Last updated on: 2004-12-07
The molecular encapsulation of caffeine (CAF) by hydroxypropyl-â-cyclodextrin (HPBCD) has been studied through fluorescence emission enhancement measurements in aqueous solutions at 25?C. The aim of this Case Study was to determine the association constant between the HPBCD an...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33491
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
In this process, the model drug is extracted by supercritical carbon dioxide and expanded at medium pressure (60 bar) through a nozzle. At the same time, a polymer dissolved in an organic solvent is injected in the precipitation vessel through the same nozzle. At this medium p...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33490
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
The Rapid Expansion of Supercritical Solutions concept consists in saturating a supercritical fluid with the substrate(s), then depressurising this solution through a heated nozzle into a low pressure chamber in order to cause an extremely rapid nucleation of the substrate(s) ...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33489
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
This method is based on the preparation of a double emulsion water-in-oil-in-water (w/o/w). The inner aqueous phase is the solution of the active material. This process comprises the following steps: - Preparing a concentrated aqueous solution of active material, - Preparing ...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33488
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
The project has intensified collaboration in the area of numeric in systems and control and has established a network structure between leading expert groups (the present partners from the NICONET thematic network) in the development of numerical software for systems and contr...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 32822
Last updated on: 2004-05-31
ID: BRRT975040
Start date: 1998-01-01, End date: 2002-06-30
SLICOT library. To facilitate transfer to industry, NICONET developed a library of high-performance portable, standardised routines, called SLICOT, which is implemented in the existing control technology, such as CACSD packages, and improve the computational layer of the exis...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 39968
Last updated on: 1998-03-16
This method is based on the preparation of a dispersion of the active material in an organic phase. The method comprises the following steps: - Preparing a dispersion of the active material in an organic phase (dichloromethane, chloroform) containing a polymer, - Adding a sec...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33487
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
This method involves forming an oil-in-water emulsion of a solution of the polymer in a relatively volatile organic solvent (e.g. dichloromethane), which also contains the material to be microencapsulated, either in solution or as a fine particle suspension. The organic solven...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33486
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
Microspheres containing caffeine, and coated with an enteric polymer, were prepared by emulsion/solvent evaporation procedures. Two different polymers were used: cellulose acetate phthalate (CAP) and Eudragit S 100. Mannitol was used as an excipient in the preparation of the...
Programme: FP4-BRITE/EURAM 3
Record Number: 33485
Last updated on: 2004-08-25
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