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The freeze drying process in the life sciences industry

Freeze drying overviewFreeze drying (also known as lyophilization or cryodesiccation) is a slow batch process used in pharmaceutical and biotechnology...

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Tablet Coating Solutions in the Life Sciences Industry

Tablet coating overviewA tablet is a pharmaceutical dosage form. It comprises a mixture of active substances and excipients, usually in...

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The Hydrogenation Process

Hydrogenation is the chemical addition of hydrogen to a hydrocarbon in the presence of a catalyst, a severe form of...

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The Water Purification Process

Water purity is extremely important to pharmaceutical and biotech industries.Suspended or dissolved particles, organic compounds, impurities and other contaminants prohibit...

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The Sterilization Process (Autoclaves)

Through history, humans have used fire to purify items.Heat generated through application of high temperatures acts by disrupting membranes and...

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Ethylene Oxide (EtO) Sterilization Process

Sterilize medical and pharmaceutical productsEthylene Oxide (EtO) sterilization is mainly used to sterilize medical and pharmaceutical products that cannot support...

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Environmental and Stability Chamber Monitoring

Monitoring of storage and production environments has become an important issue within the Pharmaceutical Industry.The FDA and other regulatory bodies...

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The Spray Drying Process

The spray drying process is older than might commonly be imagined.Earliest descriptions date from 1860 with the first patented design...

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The Fermentation Process

Fermentation Process OverviewFermentation is widely used within the pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and food & beverage industries. It requires the cultivation in...

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