2 edition of Hydrotropy found in the catalog.
November 15, 2001 by Pergamon Pr .
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In‘hydrotropy’ term was coined by the scientist Carl A. ropes with an amphiphilic molecular structure possess the ability to increase the solubility of sparingly soluble organic molecules in is a molecular phenomenon whereby adding a second solute (hydrotrope) helps to increase the aqueous solubility of poorly soluble by: HYDROTROPY-AN OVERVIEW INTRODUCTION: Hydrotropes are compounds that, at high concentrations, enhance the solubility in water of several hydrophobic substances.
The term hydrotrope and the concept of hydrotropy were introduced by Neuberg (). He found that alkali metal salts of benzoic acid, salicylic acid.
Through hydrotropy, water solubility of a drug may be improved thus enabling maintenance of drugs in the existing products pipeline. It can be concluded that the concept of mixed hydrotropic solid dispersion is novel, safe and cost-effective technique for enhancing bioavailability of poorly water-soluble drugs by dissolving drug in nonionized form.
Hydrotropy the raising of the solubility in water of substances of low solubility (usually organic ones) under the influence of readily soluble substances. Hydrotropic action, that is, the property of increasing the capacity of an aqueous medium to dissolve, is possessed by many organic acids and Hydrotropy book salts and by alcohols, some amino compounds.
Medical definition of hydrotropy: solubilization of a sparingly soluble substance in water brought about by an added agent. The term hydrotropy was originally put forward by Carl Neuberg to describe the increase in the solubility of a solute by the addition of fairly high concentrations of alkali metal salts of various organic acids.
However, the term has been used in the literature to designate non-micelle-forming substances, either liquids or solids, organic or. Hydrotrope definition is - a hydrotropic substance. Love words. You must — there are overwords in our free online dictionary, but you are looking for one that’s only in the Merriam-Webster Unabridged Dictionary.
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Research Article HYDROTROPY: A NOVEL APPROACH IN ESTIMATION OF POORLY AQUEOUS SOLUBLE DRUGS BY TLC JAYRONIA SONALI b, YADAV KAMALDEEP, SHARMA BHUMIKA, JAIN SANJAYb, MAHESHWARI RAJESH KUMARa aShri G S Institute of Technology and Science, 23 Park Road, Indore- (MP) India, bSmriti College of Pharmaceutical Education, 4/1 Piplia Kumar File Size: KB.
The Second Edition has been updated to reflect recent advances in our knowledge of theory and practices.
New applications run the gamut from microelectronics and magnetic recording, to biotechnology and nonconventional energy conversion. There is a new chapter on the interactions between surfactants. New sections have been added, and original sections expanded, on such topics. Hydrotropes versus co-solvents, co-solubilizers, and surfactants.
Exactly years ago, the term “hydrotrope” was coined by Neuberg, for compounds that increase the solubility of sparingly soluble organic substances in water.
“Hydrotropy” has later been introduced to describe the action of. The book consists of two parts: the first is descriptive, presenting the catalytic, mechanistic, structural and synthetic aspects of hydrosilylation, as well as its application in organic and organosilicon chemistry.
The second part, presented in tabular form sets out encyclopedic information concerning reaction conditions taken from more than Author: B. Marciniec. ADVERTISEMENTS: ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about: 1. Introduction to Hydrotropy 2. Definition of Hydrotropy 3.
Biological Importance. Introduction to Hydrotropy: Moore and Parker () studied the solvent action of 5% aqueous solution of bile salts on fatty acids (and their salts). The solubility of acids in water was less than %, in [ ]. A bestseller in its first edition, Liquid Detergents, Second Edition captures the most significant advances sincemaintaining its reputation as a first-stop reference in all fundamental theories, practical applications, and manufacturing aspects of liquid ing new material and updates in every chapter, the book expands its coverage of emulsions to include nanoemulsions.
The enhancement in solubility of nevirapine using hydrotropy is a clear indication of its potential to be used in the future for other poorly water-soluble drugs in which low bioavailability is a.
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Delmon. 3)HYDROTROPY: Hydrotropy is a solubilization phenomenon whereby addition of large amount of a second solute results in an increase in the aqueous solubility of existing solute. Concentrated aqueous hydrotropic solutions of sodium benzoate, sodium salicylate, urea, nicotinamide, sodium citrate, and sodium acetate have been observed to enhance.
A review was carried out on hydrotropy for enhancement of solubilization and bioavailability of poorly soluble drugs Tyagi . Various methods used for enhancement of solubility included nanonization, sonocrystallization, spray freezing into liquid and lyophilization, hydrotropy method.
The concepts "hydrotrope" and "hydrotropy" are reviewed with a strong focus on the literature from recent years. The action and physical-chemical behavior of hydrotropes are discussed in relation. Small Molecule Hydrotropy This app is co-published with our Tutorial Review in Green Chemistry, Steven Abbott, Jonathan J.
Booth and Seishi Shimizu, Practical molecular thermodynamics for greener solution chemistry, Green Chem.,19,DOI: /c6gce. Aqueous solutions of surfactants—cationic: tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (C14TABr); anionic: sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS); and nonionic: polyoxyethylene t-octylphenol (trade name Triton X, also called OPE-8)— in the presence of three hydrotropes, viz., sodium xylene sulfonate, sodium p-toluene sulfonate, and sodium chlorobenzene sulfonate, were examined by Cited by: Derek Henry.
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WINSOR. Received 13th January, as revised 5th June, This paper is the first in a series in which certain phenomena of hydro- tropy, solubilisation and emulsification are discussed from a point of view in whiCited by: Hydropedology is a microcosm for what is happening in Soil Science.
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8 Hydrotropy I.C Rate of Solubilization II Solubilization in Nonaqueous Solvents II.A Secondary Solubilization III Some Effects of Solubilization III.A Effect of Solubilization on Micellar Structure III.B Change in the Cloud Points of Aqueous Solutions of Nonionic Surfactants III.C Reduction of the CMC Hydrotropy: Monomer–Micelle Equilibrium and Minimum Hydrotrope Concentration.
Here we clarify the effect of micellization on hydrotropy, as well as the origin of MHC when micellization is not accompanied. On the basis of the rigorous Kirkwood-Buff (KB) theory of solutions, we show that (i) micellar hydrotropy is explained also from.
An excellent and extensive review of hydrotropy from the same group 4 is a reminder of how confusing the whole area can be and helps greatly to distinguish between different modes of hydrotropy.
The contribution of Practical Hydrotropes to the debate within that review is to emphasise that for many of the small molecules cited the clustering. Hydrotropy is the term originally put forward by Neuberg inHand book of Pharmaceutical Excipients.
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The pioneer Carl Neuberg baptized this phenomenon as Hydrotropy or Hydrotropism. 1,2 It is enhancement in the solubility of organic molecules in water, which otherwise are sparingly soluble or totally insoluble. Hydrotropes or hydrotropic agents are defined as the compounds which possess the property of solubility enhancement of other.
The book now covers all rheology modifiers and thickeners for detergent applications, antibacterial and sensorial light-duty liquid products, color/fabric care and wrinkle reduction in heavy-duty liquid detergents, and household cleaning wipes in specialty liquid household surface cleaners. Synonym of hydrotropism Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary.
solubilization, hydrotropy etc. Solubilization of poorly soluble drugs is a frequently encountered challenge in screening studies of new chemical entities as well as in formulation design and development.1, 2 Any drug to be absorbed must be present in the form of an aqueousFile Size: KB.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Dennis P. West, PhD, FCCP (Genderm Pharmaceutics) Description: This book discusses the practical and theoretical aspects of chemical, and physical enhancement of skin penetration by pharmaceutical dosage forms intended for topical or systemic delivery.
Purpose: The purpose of the book is to lay the groundwork for the future of pharmaceutical Author: Taylor And Francis. hydrotropism: [ hi-drot´ro-pizm ] tropism in response to the presence of water or moisture. Hydrotropy: Monomer–Micelle Equilibrium and Minimum Hydrotrope Concentration.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: Liquid detergents - an overview; hydrotropy; phase equilibra; rheology of liquid detergents; polymeric stabilizers for liquid detergents; nonaqueous surfactant systems; light-duty liquid detergents; heavy-duty liquid detergents; liquid automatic dishwater detergents; shampoos.
Define hydrotropic. hydrotropic synonyms, hydrotropic pronunciation, hydrotropic translation, English dictionary definition of hydrotropic. Growth or movement in a sessile organism toward or away from water, as of the roots of a plant. hy′drotro′pic adj. adj. exhibiting oriented movement or.
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Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1.The task of elucidating the mechanism of solubility enhancement using hydrotropes has been hampered by the wide variety of phase behaviour that hydrotropes can exhibit, encompassing near-ideal aqueous solution, self-association, micelle formation, and micro-emulsions.
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