Drying in Pharmaceuticals PDF
Drying in Pharmaceuticals is often a final step in the production of pharmaceutical products. The drying process involves a source of heat and a facility to remove the produced vapors. In the majority of pharmaceutical intermediates or finished products the solvent removed is water. In the pharmaceutical industry, final product quality is never be compromised and the deterioration of the product may be due to the presence of solvents. These solvents need to be removed at any cost using suitable drying operations.
Contents of Drying in Pharmaceuticals PDF Notes
- Definition of Drying
- Objectives of Drying
- Classification of Dryers in Pharmaceuticals
- Fluidized Bed Dryer’s Principle, construction, working, advantages, disadvantages, applications
- Freeze Dryer’s Principle, construction, working, advantages, disadvantages, applications