crystal habit


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crystal habit

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(Chemistry) crystallog the external shape of a crystal. Compare crystal form
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Drug Containment level 38 High Substance BCS classification Class I or III High Crystal habit Needle Low Physical properties <10 micron Medium (D90 Particle Size) Built density <0.
2]) illustrate the advancement of filamentous needle crystal habit structures overnight, clearly showing the evolution of six individual frost flowers from their originating nodule positions (see Fig.
3] mineralogy and crystal habit of some of problematic reef builders proliferating around the Mulde Event in Baltica, and thus gain an insight into whether their calcareous walls were formed through biologically controlled precipitation or by microbial mediation.
The crystal habit of an unprocessed drug, for example, is known to be affected by many factors, including the kinetics of crystal growth, level of impurities, crystallization process parameters and the solvent and/or antisolvent used in the crystallization.
cygnea was carried out to determine the normal pattern of the microstructure and crystal habit from the ventral margin of the shell to the interior shell surface near the pallial line.
We did find one crystal habit in microscopic crystals that was not present in hand specimens.
John Torgesen (1948-1972) Growth and purification of large single crystals from aqueous solutions under extreme control of temperature and temperature gradients, measurement of impurity retention and resulting crystal habit modifications.
Additionally, the unique patented process delivers superior PCC products in terms of purity, crystal habit, size and size distribution.
The selectivity of the growing crystal for incorporating molecules of only a specific type and chirality in sugars was found at NBS to depend not only on crystal phase, but also on crystal habit and temperature (4,5) (1)
Inhale offers three leading drug delivery platforms: PEGylation for enhanced delivery performance of most major drug classes; a suite of technologies for the inhaleable delivery of macromolecules and small molecules for systemic and local lung delivery; and supercritical fluid powder particle engineering to easily control particle characteristics, such as shape, size, crystal habit and stability for a variety of drug delivery applications.
The crystal habit and most other physical properties of the two minerals (Table 1) are very similar.