Title      : Physical Pharmaceutics I
Subject      : Pharmacology
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Author      : Bhavna and Abhijeet Ojha
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Contents Total views (3)  
Physical Pharmaceutics is concerned with the fundamental course that leads to proper understanding of subsequent courses in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical technology. It is a subject of importance for both the industrial pharmacist and undergraduate students. This textbook is for semester third of B.Pharm students and consist of five chapters covering : solubility of drugs, states of matter and ......
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Chapter 1 * Solubility of Drugs Total views (2)  
Solubility is defined in quantitative terms as the concentration of solute in a saturated solution at a certain temperature, and in a qualitative way. It can be defined as the spontaneous interaction of two or more substances to form a homogeneous molecular dispersion.
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Chapter 2 * States of Matter and Properties of Matter Total views (2)  
The group of molecules is known as matter. Matter is made up of small particles. Matter is made up of three states solid, liquid and gas. The other two states are known as plasma and Bose-Einstein condensate. The physical state of matter changes by changing the temperature. The physical properties of substance are changed by changing in physical state but the chemical properties do not change, som ......
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Chapter 3 * Surface and Interfacial Phenomenon Total views (1)  
When two phases exists together, the boundary between two of them is termed as interface. So, the properties of the molecule forming the interface are often different from those in the bulk of each phase that they are referred to be forming as interfacial phase. In liquid interphase it is associated with a gaseous or another liquid phase, and in solid interface it deals with the system containing ......
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Chapter 4 * Complexation and Protein Binding Total views (1)  
Complexes or coordination compounds, according to the classic definition, result from a donor-acceptor mechanism or Lewis acid-base reaction between two or different chemical constituents. Any non-metallic atom or ion, whether free or contained in a neutral molecule or in an ionic donor. The acceptor, or constituent that accepts a share in the pair of electrons, is frequently a metallic ion, altho ......
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Chapter 5 * pH, Buffer, and Isotonic Solutions Total views (0)  
Since the Danish chemist S.P.L. Sorensen defined pH in 1909, an enormous development of the theory and practical application of the pH concept has taken place. Today, the pH value is an important determining factor in a majority of chemical processes and the pH meter has, consequently, become the most widely used analytical laboratory instrument. Buffers are the agents or mixtures of compounds tha ......
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