Shelf-Life Determination of Low Molecular Weight Compounds
14 Mar 2014

Product stability is an important parameter in pharmaceutical development. This application note demonstrates the use of calorimetry to determine the stability of an aqueous sample of cefazolin. The approach is widely applicable to low molecular weight materials in both aqueous and non-aqueous solvents.

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