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Basic Physical Pharmacy makes the information students need for basic pharmacy practice accessible and comprehensible. Including instruction in the basic pharmaceutics, along with explanations and abundant examples of useful equations and formulation methods, this is the ideal text to familiarize your students with physical pharmacy.Topics Include:Solutions Ionization of Drugs in Solutions Buffers and Buffered Solutions Drug Solubility Diffusion and Dissolution Distribution Phenomena Complexation and Protein Binding Interfacial Phenomena Rheology Colloids Suspensions and Emulsions Semisolid Dosage Forms Dermatologicals Suppositories Powders Capsules Tablets Aerosols Sterile Dosage Forms Ophthalmic Formulations Radiopharmaceuticals Modified Release Drug Delivery Systems Biotechnology Products Drug Product Stability