inclusion complex


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inclusion complex

[in′klü·zhən ′käm‚pleks]
(chemistry)
An unbonded association in which the molecules of one component are contained wholly or partially within the crystal lattice of the other component.
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Therefore, in order to improve the stability of hesperidin methyl chalcone, we prepared the inclusion complex of hesperidin methyl chalcone with HP-b-CD.
On the other hand, when the inclusion complex was compared with the free drug, one can see that the CT-[beta]CD had a better and significant effect between the 6th and 8th hour after the treatment.
Present study shows that BzV2+ doesn't form inclusion complex with bCD in 9: 1 (v/v) DMF/H2O mixed solvent.
NOMENCLATURE CD Cyclodextrin DSC Differential scanning calorimetry FTIR Fourier transform infrared HP-[beta]-CD Hydroxypropyl-[beta]-cyclodextrin IC Inclusion complex PVA Poly(vinyl alcohol) TGA Thermal degradation analysis XRD X-ray diffraction
Keywords Coatings, Encapsulated corrosion inhibitor, Cyclodextrin, Inclusion complex, Controlled released
Two hundred and sixteen Wistar rats (108 male, 108female) were randomly divided into 3 groups after an overnight fast and given three different dose of injectable beta-cyclodextrin-oridonin inclusion complex (296 mg/[m.
Since 1995, a great number of researches were focused on the study of inclusion complex of cyclodextrins by semi empirical methods AM1 and PM3 to obtain electronics properties and to have more information about geometry of the complex.
Their work with infrared spectrophotometry indicated that this might be an inclusion complex.
Inclusion complex of BCD and Insulin were studied by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (PAGE).
Direct evidence of the formation of the inclusion complex can be obtained from NMR spectroscopic method, because the insertion of guest molecules into the hydrophobic cavity results in the chemical shift of the internal protons of [beta]-CD [38], In previous work, we have confirmed the complexation of surfactant: [beta]-CD in aqueous solution through [sup.
Additionally, some works have reported that the inclusion complex formation may prolong and increase the duration and intensity of drugs (Franco de Lima et al.

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