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Martin's Physical Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences is considered the most comprehensive text available on the application of the physical, chemical and biological principles in the pharmaceutical sciences. It helps students, teachers, researchers, and industrial pharmaceutical scientists use elements of biology, physics, and chemistry in their work and study. Since the first edition was published in 1960, the text has been and continues to be a required text for the core courses of Pharmaceutics, Drug Delivery, and Physical Pharmacy. The Sixth Edition features expanded content on drug delivery, solid oral dosage forms, pharmaceutical polymers and pharmaceutical biotechnology, and updated sections to cover advances in nanotechnology.
Table of Contents
1. Interpretive Tools 2. States of Matter 3. Thermodynamics 4. Physical Properties of Molecules 5. Nonelectrolytes 6. Electrolyte Solutions 7. Ionic Equilibria 8. Buffered and Isotonic Solutions 9. Solubility and Distribution Phenomena 10. Complexation and Protein Binding 11. Diffusion 12. Biopharmaceutics 13. Drug Release and Dissolution 14. Chemical Kinetics and Stability 15. Interfacial Phenomena 16. Colloidal Dispersions 17. Coarse Dispersions 18. Micromeritics 19. Rheology 20. Pharmaceutical Polymers 21. Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 22. Oral Solid Dosage Forms 23. Drug Delivery Systems and Nanotechnology