Article - 9 Apr 2010
Inverse gas chromatography (IGC) is a gas phase technique, first developed over 40 years ago, to study the surface and bulk properties of particulate and fibrous materials. The technique and...
News - 7 Dec 2009
A new plastic film, for which a patent has been applied, will protect BASF's pharmaceutical excipient polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) in future even better against the penetration of atmospheric oxygen...
News - 7 May 2020
Spoiling foods, souring wine and worsening wounds have a common culprit -- a process called oxidation. Although the ill effects of these chemical reactions can be curtailed by antioxidants, creating a...
News - 21 Aug 2012
BASF, a chemical firm, has announced that it will renovate its acetylene plant and will simultaneously perform regular maintenance operations at this acetylene-based 1,4-butanediol (BDO) producing...
News - 25 Jul 2013
Porvair Filtration Group has announced that it will be showcasing its extensive range of microfiltration products at Drinktec 2013 in Munich from 16th-20th September.
At the show Porvair will...
News - 30 Nov 2011
Luvitec high molecular weight powders have now got higher level of protection by a plastic film that prevents the penetration of oxygen from the air.
Luvitec or polyvinylpyrrolidone, (PVP), a...
News - 28 Oct 2011
BASF has designed a packaging system called PeroXeal that offers better protection for Kollidon, a pharmaceutical excipient based on polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP), against exposure to oxygen and chances...
News - 1 Oct 2011
BASF will showcase its innovations for the pharmaceutical industry at the CPhI worldwide event, which is to be held in Frankfurt, Germany. The company will exhibit a range of pharmaceutical products...
Article - 22 Jan 2020
This article discusses how to deformulate drugs using Raman imaging.
Article - 2 May 2017
During the development of new pharmaceutical products, screening of large numbers of candidate substances for potentially unwanted physical properties such as stability / moisture sorption is very...