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microcrystalline

 [mi″kro-kris´tah-lin]
made up of minute crystals.

mi·cro·crys·tal·line

(mī'krō-krys'tă-lin),
Occurring in minute crystals.
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The mechanical and release properties of paracetamol tablets containing the extracted celluloses and two standard disintegrants- corn starch B.P and microcrystalline cellulose - were determined using crushing strength friability disintegration time the time taken for 50% (T50) and 90% (T90) drug dissolution as assessment parameter.