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Low frequency dielectric investigations on hydrated pharmaceutical powders

David S. Pearson

Low frequency dielectric investigations on hydrated pharmaceutical powders

by David S. Pearson

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Published by De Montfort University in Leicester .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - De Montfort University, Leicester 1999.

StatementDavid S. Pearson.
ContributionsDe Montfort University.
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Open LibraryOL18561755M

The behavior of water dynamics confined in hydrated calcium silicate hydrate (C-S-H) gel has been investigated using broadband dielectric spectroscopy (BDS; 10−2– Hz) in the low-temperature range (– K). Different water contents in C-S-H gel were explored (from 6 to 15 wt%) where water remains amorphous for all the studied. The measurement of complex dielectric properties of materials at radio frequency has gained increasing importance especially in the research fields, such as material science, microwave circuit design, absorber development, biological research, etc. Dielectric measurement is important because it can provide the electrical or magneticFile Size: KB.

In addition, such subjects as the manner of making extensive engineering investigations and of reducing data, the measurement of high voltages, the effects of impulse and high-frequency voltages, methods of draw- ing dielectric fields, outline of modern theory, various dielectric phenomena, etc., are considered/5(6). Subject: dielectric strength of water All, I had a question during my lecture regarding the absence of a value for the dielectric strength of water in Table of Serway (p ). The best guess I had at the time is that it is probably difficult to remove all the impurities from the water, so that any experimentally obtained values vary greatly.

Abstract: We study the low-frequency polarization response of a surface-charged oblate spheroidal particle immersed in an electrolyte solution. Because the charged spheroid attracts counter-ions which form the electric double layer around the particle, using usual boundary conditions at the interface between the particle and electrolyte can be quite complicated and by: 3. the dielectric dispersion is broad as if it is a constant-phase-angle, or low-frequency-dispersion type of relaxation in these samples [10, 13, 32], which is clear in the Argand plot. The dielectric response of the samples indicate a sum of polarization and the constant-phase-angle processes, cf. .


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Low frequency dielectric investigations on hydrated pharmaceutical powders by David S. Pearson Download PDF EPUB FB2

The materials used in this work are listed in Table ered to represent a broad spectrum of physical characteristics of powders used in pharmaceutical processing, they include actives, aspirin and paracetamol, and bulk excipients (additives used to improve the binding properties of the bulk drug during tabletting or as a carrier to aid absorption into the body).Cited by: Physical and dielectric properties of pharmaceutical powders Article in Powder Technology (1) August with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

This paper reports the use of low frequency dielectric measurements ( Hz–1 MHz) in the investigation of low hydrated ovalbumin. This paper reports the use of low frequency dielectric measurements ( Hz–1 MHz) in the investigation of low hydrated ovalbumin (Cited by: A dielectric resonator oscillator (DRO) is an electronic component that exhibits resonance of the polarization response for a narrow range of frequencies, generally in the microwave band.

It consists of a "puck" of ceramic that has a large dielectric constant and a low dissipation factor. Such resonators are often used to provide a frequency. Low-Frequency Dielectric Spectroscopy as a Tool for Studying the Compatibility between Pharmaceutical Gels and Mucous Tissue.

Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences92 (9), DOI: /jpsCited by: •Datasheet: ECCOSTOCK® HiK Powder - Free Flowing Dielectric Powders. Material Characteristics. ECCOSTOCK® HiK Powder is a is a series of granular, free flowing powders of adjusted dielectric properties Though these standard powders are extremely low loss, materials of moderate and high loss can be supplied on special order.

Dielectric properties of powders and solvents The dielectric data for the dry powders and solvents at 20 C and 2, MHz are given in Table 1. From the e0 and e00 measurements, the power reflected (P r) (Eq.

1), power transmitted (P t) (Eq. 2), tan delta (tan d) (Eq. 3) and penetration depth (d p) (Eq. 4) were calculated. These. Low frequency dielectric properties of human blood. Abdalla S(1).

Author information: (1)Physics Department, Faculty of Science, King Abdulaziz University Jeddah, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. [email protected] Nano- and microparticles in human blood affect drastically the charge transfer CT through the viable by: The principle used in the dielectric separation of mineral powders depends upon the fact that the grains will be attracted to needle-points when immersed in a liquid of lower e (dielectric constant) than the e of the mineral grain.

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frequency and temperature dependences of these parame- ters for the Tl2S crystalline medium were described and analyzed as following: The complex dielectric constant of the material medium is generally formulated as two parts: ε = ε׳ + jε״, where ׳ is the real part of dielectric ε constant (RPDEC) and ε״ is the dielectric loss or theFile Size: KB.

Dielectric spectroscopy (which falls in a subcategory of impedance spectroscopy) measures the dielectric properties of a medium as a function of frequency. It is based on the interaction of an external field with the electric dipole moment of the sample, often expressed by permittivity.

It is also an experimental method of characterizing electrochemical systems. Abstract. The passive electrical or “dielectric” properties of biological cells have been studied since the last century [1]. Important advances in our knowledge that have accrued from the application of dielectric spectroscopy to biological systems include the recognition of the molecular thickness of biological membranes [2] and of the existence of voltage-gated ion channels as embodied Cited by: High-Frequency Dielectric Measurements Part 24 in a Series of Tutorials on Instrumentation and Measurement James Baker-Jarvis, Michael D.

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frequency shift of the peak at 3 kHz, in water spectrum. Peaks at Hz and 11 kHz can be attributed to I E water alone. The spectra of the dielectric constant ε for distilled water and I E water are shown in Figure 3c. In the frequency range of less than Hz, the dielectric constants of I EFile Size: 1MB.

Currently, on‐going research is trying to enhance the dielectric constant of ceramic powder‐polymer, metal powder‐polymer, and nanotube‐polymer composites in the low frequency region. In this article, we present the dielectric properties of polypropylene (PP)‐graphite (Gr) composites in low and radio frequency by:   Abstract.

The dielectric properties of pharmaceutical powder–(paracetamol, aspirin, lactose, maize starch, adipic acid) solvent (water) mixtures were measured at 2, MHz at a range of moisture contents (0– kg kg −1, dry basis) and temperatures (20–70 °C).The dielectric constant (ε′), loss factor (ε″) and penetration depth (d p) were found to be dependent on frequency Cited by: A dielectric material is a substance that is a poor conductor of electricity, but an efficient supporter of electrostatic field s.

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Morris parasitic capacitance (described above), which ensure that extra current is required so the parasitic capacitors .dielectric constant, tan2 c is the ratio K"/K' or the loss tangent. Given a microwave field of fixed intensity and frequency, the dependence of a food's on its dielec properties K' andCited by: