Optimization of the Composition and Technology of Diazoline Tablets
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Physicochemical properties (particle size and specific surface) of the parent substance of diazoline have been determined and the influence of these parameters on the drug dissolution characteristics have been studied. A technology of 0.1 g diazoline dragee containing PVP has been developed and the influence of this polymer on the quality of the ready-to-use preparation has been studied.
KeywordsPolymer Organic Chemistry Specific Surface Physicochemical Property Particle Size
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