USP responses to comments on stimuli article proposed new usp general information chapter "Tablet Compression Characterization <1062>"

Gregory E. Amidon, Ilgaz Akseli, David Goldfarb, Xiaorong He, Changquan C. Sun, Hong Wang

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Abstract

In the Pharmacopeial Forum 40(4) [Jul.-Aug. 2014], the General Chapters - Physical Analysis Expert Committee published a Stimuli article describing the basic principles and practices used in the characterization of tablet compression, which laid the foundation for a proposed new general chapter, Tablet Compression Characterization <1062>. The authors focused on the standardization of terminology and general description of key aspects of the tablet compression process. The objective was to identify and build up areas of consensus that could be included in the general chapter to address the need for practical information and to provide a useful resource for the pharmaceutical industry.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalPharmacopeial Forum
Volume42
Issue number5
StatePublished - Sep 1 2016

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