• Publication Date: 06/01/2014
  • Author(s):
    Smith, Rachel
  • Organization(s):
    University of Sheffield
  • Article Type: Technical Articles
  • Subjects: Agglomeration
Columnist Rachel Smith discusses granulation processes and the mechanisms involved in those processes.

A common problem in granulation processes is that subtle changes to the powders or processing conditions can result in significant changes to the final granule properties, such as the granule size, porosity, or dissolution behavior. How such small changes can have a large impact on your final granules while other changes have little impact can be hard to understand.

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