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Supercritical CO 2 has the potential to be an excellent environment within which controlled release polymers and dry composites may be formed. The low temperature and dry conditions within the fluid offer obvious advantages in the processing of water, solvent or heat labile molecules. The low...
In order to improve the dissolution properties of poorly water-soluble drugs, some drugs were subjected to micronization or prepared as composite particles using supercritical fluid (SCF) technology with carbon dioxide (CO 2 ). Solubility in CO 2 is the key when using this method. Solubility...
Recent developments in biodegradable particle formation using supercritical fluids and dense gases have been reviewed with an emphasis on studies of micronizing and encapsulating poorly-soluble pharmaceuticals and gene. General review articles published in previous years have then been provided....
Solid-state, crystallographic purity and careful monitoring of the polymorphism of drugs and excipients are currently an integral part of the development of modern drug delivery systems. The reproducible preparation of organic crystals in a specific form and size is a major issue that must be...
The application of supercritical carbon dioxide to particle design has recently emerged as a promising way to produce powders of macromolecules such as proteins and genes. Recently, an insulin powder for inhalation was approved by authorities in Europe and the USA. Other macromolecules for...
Supercritical fluids have been applied for many years for the separation of solutes from solids or solute mixtures in both exploratory and industrial applications. In the pharmaceutical industry the generation of pure solid states without impurities is important as the presence of impurities can...
Supercritical fluid (SCF) technology has become an important tool of materials processing in the last two decades. Supercritical CO 2 and H 2 O are extensively being used in the preparation of a great variety of nanomaterials. The greatest requirement in the application of nanomaterials is its...
Supercritical fluid techniques for materials precipitation have been proposed as an alternative to conventional precipitation processes as they allow to improve the performance of these processes in terms of reduction of particle size and control of morphology and particle size distribution,...
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