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Proceedings in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 9(1), 691, 2009.

Abstract

This paper applies boundary layer theory to the process of drug dissolution in the USP 24, Type 2 Apparatus. The mass transfer rate from the top flat surface of a compact in various positions within the device is evaluated by means of a Pohlhausen integral method.

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