Particle Size Determination in Pharmaceutical Applications
11 Mar 2014

This application note describes the analysis of the particle size distribution of ampicillin, a semi-synthetic antibiotic from the group of beta-lactam antibiotics (penicillin), using the analysette 22 Compact.

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