|Publishers||R. Narain Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Dr. Sukhbir Singh, Dr. Neelam Sharma, Atul Pratap Singh & Shubham Verma|
|Subject||Physical Pharmaceutics – II|
Physical Pharmaceutics – II
Physical pharmaceutics is the branch of pharmacy that integrates knowledge of physics and chemistry to the study of pharmacy and pertain them to the pharmaceutical dosage form development. Physical pharmaceutics is an essential course that leads to appropriate understanding of ensuing courses in pharmaceutics and pharmaceutical technology. It imparts the physicochemical foundation for rational formulation, manufacturing, compounding, drug delivery, product selection, and product usage. It concentrates on the theories behind the phenomena necessary for dosage form design.
Table of Content
- Colloidal dispersions
- Deformation of solids
- Coarse dispersion
- Drug stability
Salient features include:
- A strong foundation in this subject enables the pharmacist to make rational decisions on scientific basis concerning the art and technology of formulation development.
- This textbook of Physical Pharmaceutics-II includes five units. These include colloidal dispersions (Unit 1), rheology and deformation of solids (Unit 2), coarse dispersion (Unit 3), micromeretics (Unit 4), and drug stability (Unit 5).
- The current book is a small attempt to discuss the basics of physical pharmaceutics – II with the help of diagrams and illustrations.