- What are pharmaceutical excipients?
- What is difference between Fujicalin® and other DCPA?
- What excipient functions can be attributed to Fujicalin®?
- Can Fujicalin® be used for both direct compression and water granulation?
- Does Fujicalin® swell on contact with moisture?
- How stable is Fujicalin® against heat?
Frequently Asked Questions
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What are pharmaceutical excipients?
Pharmaceutical excipients are substances other than the pharmacologically active drug or prodrug which are included in the manufacturing process or are contained in a finished pharmaceutical product dosage form.
What is difference between Fujicalin® and other DCPA?
Fujicalin® has increased specific surface ( ~40 m²/g) and high oil and water adsorption capacity (1.1 mL/g). In addition, Fujicalin® can provide high quality tablets at low compression forces with faster disintegration time.
What excipient functions can be attributed to Fujicalin®?
Fujicalin® is a multifunctional excipient. It is an excellent binder, diluent, compression aid and a dispersing agent.
Can Fujicalin® be used for both direct compression and water granulation?
Fujicalin® is an ideal excipient for direct compression.
Does Fujicalin® swell on contact with moisture?
No. Fujicalin® does not swell on contact with moisture unlike cellulose based excipients.
How stable is Fujicalin® against heat?
Fujicalin® is stable up to 400ºC.Back to top