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      The Use of XRPD and ATR-FTIR in the Screening of Three Component Co-amorphous Systems Created via a Melt-Quench Method

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          Multiple three-component co-amorphous systems have been created via a melt-quench method. This has been confirmed by a single glass transition in the individual DSC traces and then reinforced by X-ray diffraction data, which show an absence of crystalline material.

          ATR-FTIR has also been used to show a change in bonding vibrations between the physical mixtures and co-amorphous samples. The change in bonding vibrations indicates different molecular interactions within the co-amorphous materials.

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          Methods for the preparation of amorphous solid dispersions – a comparative study

           Beneš,  M. Benes,  T Pekárek (2017)
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            Journal
            BJPharm
            British Journal of Pharmacy
            University of Huddersfield Press
            2058-8356
            11 July 2018
            : 2
            : 2 , Proceedings of the 8 th APS International PharmSci 2017
            : S31-S32
            Affiliations
            Faculty of Engineering and Science, University of Greenwich, Chatham Maritime, ME4 4TB UK
            Author notes
            *Corresponding author. Tel.: +44 2083 319841 Fax: +44 2083 319805 E-mail: M.Antonijevic@ 123456greenwich.ac.uk
            Article
            10.5920/bjpharm.2017.24
            © 2017, Benjamin Edgar, Alessandra D’Angelo, Milan D. Antonjievic

            This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY) 4.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.

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            Medicine, Pharmacology & Pharmaceutical medicine, Health & Social care

            ATR-FTIR, Co-amorphous, DSC, TGA, XRD

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