disintegrant

disintegrant

 [dis-in´tĕ-grant]
an agent used in pharmaceutical preparation of tablets, which causes them to disintegrate and release their medicinal substances on contact with moisture.

disintegrant

/dis·in·te·grant/ (dis-in´tĭ-grant) an agent used in pharmaceutical preparation of tablets, which causes them to disintegrate and release their medicinal substances on contact with moisture.

disintegrant

an agent used in pharmaceutical preparation of tablets, which causes them to disintegrate and release their medicinal substances on contact with moisture.

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This includes pharmaceutical-grade salt used in intravenous solutions and liquid medicines; high purity carboxymethyl cellulose used as a super disintegrant in pharmaceutical tablets; and organic peroxides and chlorine-based intermediates used as key reagents in making of some of the largest blockbuster drugs.
Abstract: The aim of this study is to investigate the physicochemical and disintegrant properties of a cellulose obtained from sugarcane scrapings and bagasse.
Hard candy gum drops Paper/board/corrugating Pigment retention on paper (wet-end addition), as surface sizing agent coating Brewing as adjunct Textile/warp sizing Text finishing agents to add weight, smoothness and stiffness Pharmaceuticals Cosmetics: tooth paste, body cream or lotion Pharmaceutical tablets; binder, filler, disintegrant Body powders Building pots Binder for foundries Agriculture Soil conditioners Adhesives Corrugated boards paper bag Guming applications Crude oil mining Oil drilling mud Briquetting Domestic and industrial heating Packaging Plastics High temperature stable hybrid nylon e.
Kottke, MK, Chueh, HR, Rhodes, CT, "Comparison of Disintegrant and Binder Activity of Three Corn Starch Products.
4) Additionally, it can bring the disintegrant and other excipients into very close contact with the API, which can help with disintegration and dissolution.
According to literature, SSG can be used as disintegrant in tablet dosage form in range of 2-8% w/w.
Increased swelling power is indicative of the suitability of such starch for use as a disintegrant in the pharmaceutical industry.
Microcrystalline cellulose may act as a disintegrant hence the matrix tablet was disintegrated in quick time and lost its integrity.
Guar gum in pharmaceuticals is used as disintegrant, binder [15, 16, 17] and as a hydrophilic matrix for sustaining drug release [18,19,20,21].
Sometimes, morphologically distinctive pill components such as the disintegrant polymer crospovidone (blue) may be present, producing a deeply basophilic corallike particle.