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    Bhavna, Abhijeet Ojha,

Physical Pharmaceutics I

by: Bhavna, Abhijeet Ojha,
ISBN: 9789385983870

Table of Contents

  • Solubility of Drugs
  • States of Matter and Properties of Matter
  • Surface and Interfacial Phenomenon
  • Complexation and Protein Binding
  • pH, Bufers and Isotonic Solutions

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Meet the Author

Bhavna joined the DIT University as Professor (Assistant) in September 2013.  Prior to joining DITU, worked as Associate Professor and Head Position in Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, HIMT at Greater Noida, UP, also worked as Assistant Professor in KIET, Muradnagar, UP. She worked as Senior Research Fellow of Indian Council of Medical Research, Delhi. She obtained Ph.D. in Pharmaceutics from Hamdard University, New Delhi in 2011. She had received Masters in Pharmacy (Pharmaceutics) from Hamdard University, New Delhi in 2006. She had graduated from Hamdard University, New Delhi in 2003. She also obtained her P.G. Diploma in Pharmaceutical Management, Quality Control and Quality Assurance, Drug regulatory Affairs and Production Management from, IPER (Institute of Pharmaceutical and education research), Pune. She had a rich experience of more than 10 years for teaching B.Pharm and M.Pharm students. She had presented papers and attended many national and international conferences on her name. She had research experience in working DRDO lab (INMAS) as project trainee. She worked as senior research fellow in ICMR funded project. She had life time membership of IPA (Indian Pharmaceutical Association), IPGA (Indian Graduate Association), SPER (Society of pharmaceutical education and research). She is a registered Pharmacist in Delhi Pharmacy Council. Her research interests are in the area of novel drug delivery systems specifically intranasal drug delivery, intraocular delivery, nanoparticles and nanoemulsion formulations for neurodegenerative disorders and pulmonary delivery.

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Abhijeet Ojha is working as an Assistant Professor, Faculty of Pharmacy, DIT University, Dehradun, Uttrakhand. He is teaching the subject pharmaceutics from last 13 years. He has completed his Ph.D from Uttarakhand Technical University in 2016, M.Pharm from Bundelkhand University Jhansi in 2006, MBA in HR from Sikkim Manipal University in 2010, M.Phil from Nagaland University in 2009 as well as completed his PG diploma in marketing from Pondicherry University and PG diploma in IPR from BII Noida. He is a life time member of APTI and IPA. He has published more than 20 papers in peer reviewed journals of national and international repute. He has supervised several M.Pharm and B.Pharm students and presented posters in national and international conferences. He has attended several workshops and faculty development programme. He is registered pharmacist in Uttrakhand state pharmacy council.

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About This Book
Editorial Reviews The present book, entitled "Physical Pharmaceutics I" is a textbook for undergraduate students in accordance with the third semester syllabus approved and issued by Pharmacy council of India. The intension of the pharmacy council of India is to make the course uniform throughout the nation in order to maintain the education level up to the mark and will be satisfactory to the council. Physical Pharmaceutics is concerned with the fundamental course that leads to proper understanding of subsequent courses in Pharmaceutics and Pharmaceutical technology. It is a subject of importance for both the industrial pharmacist and undergraduate students. This textbook is for semester third of B.Pharm students and consist of five chapters covering : solubility of drugs, states of matter and properties of matter, physicochemical properties of drug molecules, surface and interfacial phenomenon, complexation and protein binding, pH, buffers and isotonic solutions. The entire book has been framed keeping in mind with crystal clear concepts, concise, simple language for the students.

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