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Robust Crystallization Processes Developed With Workstations

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How To Optimize Crystal Size Distribution, Improve Filtration Rates, and Batch Consistency

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Chemists and Engineers need to quickly develop repeatable crystallization processes with fast cycle times. Continue reading

Root Cause Analysis For USP Dissolution and Tablet Disintegration Studies

USP dissolution testing is a standard method in pharmaceutical industry to characterize dissolution performance of solid dosage forms. Continue reading

Introduction to Crystallization & Precipitation

Crystallization touches every aspect of our lives from the foods we eat and the medicines we take, to the fuels we use to power our communities. The majority of pharmaceutical products go through at least one crystallization step during their manufacture. Salt and sugar are delivered to our dinner tables as crystals. The unwanted crystallization of gas hydrates played a role in the recent Deepwater Horizon oil spill. Continue reading

What is Happening in Crystallization

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Inline Particle Size, Shape & Count History: Lasentec® FBRM®

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For over 25 years, FBRM® technology has been used for real-time monitoring of particles and droplets as they naturally exist in process.   Continue reading

Particle Size Distribution, Particle Shape, and Particle Count – Track Changes

Recently, I met several scientists who did not realize Lasentec® (Lasentech) was acquired by METTLER TOLEDO.  It is hard to believe that it has already been 10 years since METTLER TOLEDO acquired Lasentec® and became the world leader for inline particle characterization technology!

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High Resolution, Fast Understanding, Intuitive Particle Measurement

Inline particle size measurement technology is used to quickly:

  • Understand the particle system’s response when changing process parameters
  • Optimize the particle system to improve process performance and product quality
  • Control the particle system to achieve consistent particle size distribution endpoints, batch repeatability, and process stability Continue reading