crystal form


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crystal form

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(Chemistry) crystallog a symmetrical set of planes in space, associated with a crystal, having the same symmetry as the crystal class. Compare crystal habit
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The double melting characteristics might be due to a transition of a metastable crystal form ([Beta], [Gamma], or smectic form) into the stable monoclinic form ([Alpha]-form).
Methylamphetamine detections were predominantly in powder and crystal form.
The unexpected appearance of a more stable crystal form is a challenging aspect of drug development, which can result in a host of problems for the developer," noted Christopher Walsh, Ph.
Pseudomorphism doesn't produce such a uniform crystal form.
The crystal form of HE2000 (IMMUNITIN(TM)) has been utilized in recent clinical trials to prepare formulations for use in treating HIV and malaria infections and will be the basis for all further development activities with HE2000.
Further details are discussed in the paper titled "Elucidation of Crystal Form Diversity of the HIV Protease Inhibitor Ritonavir by High-Throughput Crystallization" by Sherry L.
announced significant new findings at the American Chemical Society meeting held in Boston, MA, last week concerning the elusive third crystal form of acetaminophen.
Computer modeling enabled the researchers to identify a crystal form of [C.
The molecules of these proteins in a crystal form take on a high-quality, three-dimensional structure in the near-weightlessness of space that has been giving researchers a much better view of the structure of these molecules.
For example, chocolate left on a kitchen shelf for several months morphs into a different crystal form, one with a familiar white film called fat bloom.
The Agreement includes both a license to MiniMed of Lilly's formulation for insulin lyspro and an agreement to supply MiniMed with insulin lyspro in bulk crystal form.
Treating stainless steel with very high temperatures can eliminate that crystal form, but there's a tradeoff.