Utilization of Supercritical Fluid Processing for Purification, Dissolution and Infiltration

Utilization of Supercritical Fluid Processing for Purification, Dissolution and Infiltration

03/21/2017, 4:15 PM - 5:00 PM

Meeting Room 1

Language:
English

The Supercritical Fluid Process has been used in production for purification of organic materials for pharmaceutical and nutraceutical applications . Significant success has been achieved in the utilization of this process; however, the lack of understanding and knowledge of the technology has prevented increased usage. This paper describes the process in detail, provides advantages and disadvantages of the process as well as examples of existing applications, and discusses possible areas of further exploitation in the Interphex community. Applications include purification, molecular weight distribution, chemical separation, dissolution, and uniform infiltration of medications.

Contributors

  • michael favaloro

    Speaker

    President

    CompositeTechs, LLC

    Michael Favaloro has 37 years in the specialty chemical industry, with focus on polymers and composites. His career includes experience in product...

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Type of Session

  1. Type of Session
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Learning Objectives

  1. Learning Objectives 1. Provide a detailed technical and business overview of the supercritical fluid process, including current technology and applications, and pricing comparison to existing processes. 2. Provide an understanding to the audience of the supercritical fluid process as it relates to products and manufacturing processes for the pharmaceutical industry 3. A description of the process to develop and qualify the supercritical fluid process to meet the needs of the attendees shall be provided.

Categories

  1. Track
    Enhancing Processing & Production Utilizing Innovation

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