Effect of excipient particle size distribution variability on compact tensile strength; and its in-line prediction by force-displacement and force-time profiling

Direct compression is potentially sensitive to particle size distribution (PSD) variability in pharmaceutical grade excipients. Yet, the impact is insufficiently studied. Furthermore, the use of force sensor as a process analytical technology (PAT) platform, to monitor the effect of PSD variations on compact tensile strength, is a readily available…

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