Thermal Analysis Methods in Pharmaceutical Quality Control

Thermal analysis is defined as a group of physical-chemical methods which the properties of studied material are measured as a function of temperature or time while the sample is placed under a controlled temperature program

Monajjemzadeh F Ghaderi F

2015

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  • Thermal analysis is defined as a group of physical-chemical methods which the properties of studied material are measured as a function of temperature or time while the sample is placed under a controlled temperature program
  • Thermo microscope or hot stage microscope is a microscope coupled with a hot stage accessory with excellent heating and cooling systems ranging from -200°C to 500°C
  • For study the visual changes a color camera is connected to the microscope
  • In pharmaceutical control all mentioned thermal techniques are of significant importance
  • Kinetic analysis has been performed based on different thermal techniques such as DSC and Thermogravimetric analysis, and various models have been proposed in order to analyze the Arrhenius kinetic parameters

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