Methylcellulose, Featured Excipient:
Author(s): Allen Loyd V Jr
Issue: Mar/Apr 1997 - Pediatric Care
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Abstract: Methylcellulose is a long-chain substituted cellulose with about 30% of its hydroxyl groups in the form of the methyl ether. This discussion covers stability, incompatibilities and compounding tips. A table provides information regarding uses and concentration ranges of methylcellulose.
Related Keywords: Methylcellulose, characteristics, stability of, and incompatibilities
Related Categories: EXCIPIENTS, SUPPORT
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