aqueous solubility


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aqueous solubility

The ability of a substance to dissolve in water. The aqueous solubility of a medication determines its ability to be compounded, administered, and absorbed.
See also: solubility
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1 properties Aqueous solubility At 25[degrees]C 65% At 50[degrees]C 80% Decomposition temperature >300[degrees]C Moisture content Max.
OTC:MPMA) (OTC:MPMAW) (OTC:MPMAZ) recently succeeded in creating a form of Betulonic Acid with improved aqueous solubility properties.
The hydroquinone hydrochloride salt is a potent inhibitor of Hsp90 and its excellent aqueous solubility addresses the pharmaceutical deficiencies historically associated with 17-AAG.
Itraconazole has low bioavailability due in part to low aqueous solubility," noted Jules Jacob, Spherics' Director, Research and Development and the studies' lead author.
With the advent of nanotechnology, methods now exist to enhance the aqueous solubility of fluor molecules without the use of organic solvents," said Michael Jay, Ph.
Since existing technologies have yet to achieve the required level of complexity, there is a higher availability of simpler models such as human intestinal absorption and aqueous solubility in the market.
The release also features a new ADME (absorption, distribution, metabolism, and excretion) add-on containing models for blood-brain-barrier permeation, human intestinal absorption, aqueous solubility, and serum protein binding.
This agreement further strengthens our portfolio of technologies toward addressing aqueous solubility issues in developing innovative drug products.
Aqueous solubility not only brings cost benefits, but also environmental benefits such as increased safety in handling and disposal, and decreased worker exposure.