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5 Ways to Measure Viscosity

nov 29 2018

The viscous properties of a liquid or amorphous solid are primarily determined by inter-particle forces within the solution, including friction and attraction between molecules in the macrostructure. These Van der Waals forces are critical facets of a sample’s resistance to deformation, or flow, which defines the material’s viscosity.

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Drug Stability Testing with Formulaction

nov 26 2018

Drug stability testing is a critical stage of R&D, quality control (QC), and quality assurance (QA) for pharmaceutical products. It typically comprises accelerated ageing of a product under simulated use conditions to determine the shelf life of solid phase or colloidal pharmaceuticals.

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Oil in Water emulsions

Opportunities in bunker fuel supply industry: Challenges & Solutions

nov 07 2018

Approaching deadline for Sulfur Cap at 0,5% requires fast compliance 
Recent restrictions on Sulfur Oxides emissions in ships are to be enforced by 2020. The IMO - International Marine Organization - has decided on limiting the maximum amount allowed to 0,5%, a cap that has already been established in Europe and the Americas but still needs to be applied worldwide. Tens of thousands of ships are affected and time to comply is short. 

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Emulsion stability studies

Innovative Material Characterization Using Formulaction Solutions

oct 29 2018

Materials science is the complex interdisciplinary field associated with the discovery, manufacture, and application of novel material arrangements. It is fundamentally concerned with understanding the physiochemical structure of a liquid, solid, or amorphous material, as well as its properties, performance, and processing capabilities. These overarching principles are known as material characterization.

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