Particle Characterization of Nutraceutical Products
29 Jan 2015

In the same way that the particle size and shape distributions of active pharmaceutical ingredients and drug delivery systems effect their solubility and bioavailability, so is particle characterization critical to nutraceuticals. Laser diffraction particle size analyzers offer the same benefits in speed, precision, and reliability to nutraceutical materials that have made the technique popular in the pharmaceutical industry. This application note demonstrates particle size distributions generated by the HORIBA LA-950.

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