Investigation of a solvent-free continuous process to produce pharmaceutical co-crystals. Understanding and developing solvent-free continuous cocrystallisation (SFCC) through study of co-crystal formation under the application of heat, model shear and twin screw extrusion, including development of a near infrared spectroscopy partial least squares quantification method
AuthorWood, Clive John
SupervisorKelly, Adrian L.
Paradkar, Anant R.
Gough, Timothy D.
KeywordHot melt extrusion; Co-crystal; Near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy; Model shear; Twin screw extrusion; Quantification; Partial least squares; Solvent-free; Continuous cocrystallisation
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InstitutionUniversity of Bradford
DepartmentSchool of Life Sciences