Re: ORGLIST:Polymorphs of Glycine

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From: Richard Prankerd (richard.prankerd$##$vcp.monash.edu)
Date: Mon Sep 23 2002 - 00:53:28 EDT


Jatin:

Certainly the polymorphism controls the equilibrium solubility and the
dissolution rate - provided that there is some undissolved solid present to
define the polymorphic form under the conditions.

Richard

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From: "Jatin Shah" <jatin_shah$##$hotmail.com>
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Subject: Re: ORGLIST:Polymorphs of Glycine

> dear richard,
> would not the polymorphism have some effect on the solubility... i am not
> disputing that there is no effect after the solubility.
> being purely critical.
> jatin
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