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Physics of tablet compression. XV. Thermodynamic and kinetic aspects of adhesion under pressure.
Journal of pharmaceutical sciences
57:4 1968 Apr pg 574-7
PHYSICS OF TABLET COMPRESSION. XIV. LATERAL DIE WALL PRESSURE DURING AND AFTER COMPRESSION.
[Study of tablets. 5. Equipment of an alternating tablet pressing machine for the determination of forces involved during compression].
The prediction of the tensile strength of tablets.
[Effect of the hydrodynamic characteristics of the fluidized bed on the homogeneity of tablet coating].
[Effect of the form and size of tablets on some physical properties].
Thermodynamic effects in the compression of solids.
[Studies on the compression of powderlike materials. 3. Proposition of some experimental equations for the pressure transmission in compression direction and a presumption equation for the pressure transmission ratio in mixture and multi-layer compression].
PHYSICS OF TABLET COMPRESSION. XIII. DEVELOPMENT OF DIE-WALL PRESSURE DURING COMPRESSION OF VARIOUS MATERIALS.
Effect of tablet geometrical structure on the dehydration of creatine monohydrate tablets, and their pharmaceutical properties.
[Swirl layer method, a new technological method for producing pharmaceutic agents].