Spanning topics from introductory discussions to advanced applications and industry groups, the HORIBA particles webinar series is a great source of information on the world of particles. To learn about upcoming webinars and more, sign-up for our Particle Characterization Newsletter.
August 26th at 1:30 PM Eastern, 10:30 AM Pacific
Modern Particle Characterization Technique Series VI: Zeta Potential
Dr. David Fairhurst | Colloid Consultants, Ltd
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Suspensions are two-phase systems implying that an interface exists between the surface of the material and the liquid in which it is dispersed. The bulk properties of any suspension are dependent upon – and controlled by - two fundamental parameters: the extent of the particle-liquid interface which is characterized by, for example, particle size; and the nature of that interface, characterized by, for example, surface charge.
The influence of changes in the two parameters permeates every aspect of suspension formulation, testing and manufacture and need to be monitored in order to predict and control suspension behavior. Since surface charge directly affects material performance and processability, measuring zeta potential is a convenient and reliable indicator of its magnitude.
This webinar will explore the importance of using such measurements and its utility in characterizing a variety of industrial materials.
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September 16th at 1:30 PM Eastern, 10:30 AM Pacific
Best Practices for Multiparticulate Formulations: The Importance of Computational Design and Process Analytical Technology
Charles Vesey | Formulation Technology Manager, Market Development – Colorcon
Chris O’Callaghan | Head of Engineering – Innopharma Technology
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Multiparticulate (MP) dosage forms provide opportunities to modulate drug release characteristics and target specific release sites within the GI tract. Fluid bed bottom-spray (Wurster) coating is routinely used to apply successive coating layers in the development and manufacture of these multiparticulate formulations.
During development a key consideration is the amount of coating applied to achieve a target release profile. Typically, the quantity of coating is determined by the application of increasing percent weight gain until the desired release is obtained. While this approach has been successful, it’s time-consuming and lacks a strategy to achieve process control and long-term commercial success.
Experts in multiparticulate applications from Colorcon and Innopharma Technology will discuss how computational design and PAT can help build more robust formulations, predict multiparticulate performance, and accelerate development by reducing traditional iterative trial and testing practices in development.
Discover how the best practices and technology presented here will accelerate formulation development and improve quality outcomes for your multiparticulate formulations.
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