Observation and Characterization of Crystal Defects in Pharmaceutical Solids

This chapter introduces the main techniques that are used for studying crystal defects, and summarizes the range of information that these techniques can be expected to yield

Mark D. Eddleston

2016

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  • This chapter introduces the main techniques that are used for studying crystal defects, and summarizes the range of information that these techniques can be expected to yield
  • It outlines possible limitations of these methods when applied to organic compounds, and gives examples of their use for the characterization of defects in pharmaceutical samples
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