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Class Notes for PHC320H1 at University of Toronto St. George

Medicinal Chemistry

PHC320H1 Lecture 36: Prof Wu Lecture 8.docx

-maintaining uniform composition 2 steps, make sure each step is d...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 30: Prof Wu Lecture 3.docx

-there are two different types of sedimentation quantify the rate ...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 37: Prof Wu Lecture 10.docx

-solid forms can grow and disappear and convert, and transport int...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 35: Prof Wu Lecture 9.docx

-solid forms influence many different processes , and first is the ...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 34: Prof Wu Lecture 7.docx

-compressibility of powders related to preparation of tablets using...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 22: Tigran- Lecture 11.docx

Lecture 11 -everything up to and including viscosity in my part,...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 18: Tigran- Lecture 7.docx

Lecture 18 Molecular Structur...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 17: Tigran- Lecture 6.docx

Lecture 6 -containing with water initially, then add ethanol or g...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 26: Tutorial 4_Feb 17, 2012.docx

Things to note: Assignment 2 - Will only mark 1 question ou...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 25: Tigran- Lecture 16.docx

-monomolecular film which contains surfactant molecules, film forme...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 23: Tigran- Lecture 12.docx

-slope we can find ym maximum amount for weight of monolayer -ym=...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 13: Tigran- Lecture 1.docx

Lecture1 -Preformulation fortunate discovery like penicillin by ...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 20: Tigran- Lecture 9.docx

Lecture 9 -if we have a very hydrophobic drug with very low solub...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 15: Tigran- Lecture 3.docx

-covalent breakdown of drugs, but drugs degradation may also involv...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
PHC320H1 Lecture 14: Tigran- Lecture 2.docx

Presence of electrolytes (salt) salts are the most predominant typ...

Pharmaceutical Chemistry
PHC320H1
Shirley Wu
Inorganic Chemistry - Reference Guides

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Inorganic Chemistry Nomenclature - Reference Guides

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permacha srtM PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY...

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Introductory Chemistry - Reference Guides

This Guide serves as a well organized and effective point of entry ...

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