Roller compaction, or dry granulation, is a manufacturing method for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical tablets that continues to gain importance. In order to achieve the desired granule properties, it is vital to use efficient binder-filler systems, which enable easy compaction, reproducible milling results, and high re-compactibility during the final tableting step. This study examines the effect of silicification on the roller compaction performance of microcrystalline cellulose.
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- Specific Excipient Requirements in Continuous Tablet Manufacturing
- The Effect of PVP Viscosity on the Binding Performance in Naproxen Tablets