Rheological investigations of pharmaceutical emulsions prepared with modified lecithin

Magdalena Rosa,

Magdalena Kwiecień,

Barbara Tal-Figiel

Abstrakt

In this paper the results of rheological investigations of pharmaceutical microemulsions prepared using modern lecithine derived emulsifiers has been prevented out. High stability of obtained systems and wide possibilities of controlling rheological parameters were found.

Słowa kluczowe: microemulsion, lecithin, rheology
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