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BCS class II drug dispersions in hydroxypropyl methylcellulose solutions: The effect of polymer molecular weight and drug loading on the steady-state rheology of HPMC solutions
Physical biopolymer gels are ideal candidates for the drug delivery of solid pharmaceutical drugs. Nevertheless, inclusion of particles may affect the rheology and gelation of these systems. In this work, we evaluate the ...
Structure and rheology of colloid-in-liquid crystal composites with novel anisotropic and hierarchical microstructures
The Green's functions integral technique is used to determine the conduction heat transfer temperature field in flat plates, circular plates, and solid spheres with saw tooth heat generating sources. In all cases the ...
Rheological characterization of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose solutions: Gelation and molecular interactions with additives
The discovery and development of highly hydrophobic drugs represents an additional challenge for the pharmaceutical industry, as traditional methods of encapsulation, administration, and dosage are not always appropriate. ...