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Title: Isochronal conditions - the key to maintain the given solubility limit, of a small molecule within the polymer matrix, at elevated pressure
Authors: Chmiel, Krzysztof
Knapik-Kowalczuk, Justyna
Paluch, Marian
Keywords: ASD; dielectric spectroscopy; solubility; high-pressure; flutamide; Kollidon VA64
Issue Date: 2020
Citation: "Molecular Pharmaceutics" vol. 17, iss. 10 (2020), s. 3730-3739
Abstract: In this work, we proposed the method to maintain the desired level of drug’s solubility within the polymer matrix by adjusting conditions to uphold the same molecular dynamics of the system (e.g., temperature for set elevated pressure or vice versa). Namely, we observed, that recrystallization of the drug from the supersaturated drug−polymer system, initiated for the same structural relaxation time of the sample (τα‑1) ceases when certain, different than the initial, molecular mobility of the systems is reached (τα‑2)regardless of a given combination of temperature and pressure conditions. Based on the presented results, one can conclude that the molecular dynamics seem to control the process of recrystallization of the excess amount of solute from the supersaturated solution (e.g., small molecules dissolved within the polymer). Therefore, it appears that the elevated pressure compensates the effect of solubility enhancement caused by the elevated temperature. Such information not only is of fundamental relevance in science but also, from a much broader perspective, could be potentially very useful considering extrusion-based manufacturing methods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/16363
DOI: 10.1021/acs.molpharmaceut.0c00463
ISSN: 1543-8384
1543-8392
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