hygroscopicity


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hygroscopicity

the quality of being hygroscopic.
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2012), the mathematical models obtained in the literature for the hygroscopicity of agricultural products used for hot pepper analysis were chosen at random as a function of the temperature and the relative humidity of the air to check which model best represented its isotherm.
05) for the curcumin concentration and hygroscopicity, resulting in a high regression coefficient (R2>0.
The accelerative effect of honey in the wound, ulcer and skin burn healing process is related to its physical properties of hygroscopicity, hypertonicity, lower pH, and complex chemical composition.
hydrate form or low potential to form hydrate Hygroscopicity (water Greater than 2% Medium uptake at 20-80% RH) Drug Target drug loading <1% Medium Product Formulated blend powder Free Flowing Medium flow Water compatibility-- Fail High Sufficient stability for one week (40/75) in solid state or 1 day in solution with less than 1% TRS Powder for Ranking Criteria & reconstitution Neat API in Factors Considerations in a bottle a Capsule Patient Can dosage form deliver High High the dosage strength required to meet the CQAs?
On its own, the fiber already has some impressive attributes: strength, elasticity, high abrasion resistance, hygroscopicity (the capacity to absorb moisture from the air), and the ability to dampen sound.
Thanks to the low hygroscopicity of Palatinose[TM] the glaze does not become sticky.
Three types of granular additives should be distinguished: granules containing pure cellulose, granules with addition of paraffin (wax, stearine) to reduce hygroscopicity, and granules, in which each fiber has a cellulosic bituminous coating.
Measurements on hygroscopicity and thermal stability of the alkylammonium carboxylates are planned and may further reveal the influence of particle-phase amines on the aerosol properties.
However, an increase of the concentration of the plasticizer leads to an increase of the hygroscopicity of the composites and to a decrease of their tensile strength.
Factors such as particle size, hygroscopicity, composition, and concentration; lung function parameters; and environmental temperature and humidity (Varghese and Gangamma 2006, 2009), which vary across experimental locations and between participants, modify particle deposition sites in the lung.