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Physical Pharmacy: Physical Chemical Principles in the Pharmaceutical Sciences

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Physical Pharmacy: Physical Chemical Principles in the Pharmaceutical Sciences
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Publisher: Lea & Febiger
ISBN/ASIN: 0812114388
Number of pages: 692

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This book provides an introduction to the physiochemical and mathematical principles underlying the practice of pharmacy. The emphasis on new dosage forms and controlled delivery systems, problems and worked examples are some of the features.

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