friability


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friability

[‚frī·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(materials)
The ease with which a material is crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder.
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2012) found similar friability indices when assessing the same aspect of friability for air-dry aggregates.
The average friability and hardness of the formulations were in USP acceptable range and fulfilling the requirements of dosage uniformity (table 3).
Therefore, MPFs structure is difficult to be damaged during the friability test process.
Friability Test: Friability measures the sand's surface brittleness and abrasion resistance on mold edges, corners, parting lines and abraded mold surfaces developed during molding, core setting and handling.
Friability (%) = Initial weight - Final weight/Initial weight x 100 (1)
The tablet friability is a method to determine the physical strength of tablets upon exposure to
Tablets: Hardness, thickness, friability and disintegration time.
Friability was determined on ten tablets in a Roche friabilator (Electrolab, Mumbai, India) for 4 min at 25 rpm.
The floating tablets were evaluated for physicochemical parameters like weight variation, hardness, friability assay, buoyancy characteristics, swelling studies, in vitro dissolution studies and release mechanism studies.
Tucker asks, striving to answer himself in an almost-over-the-top discussion involving quantum physics, quantum mechanics, the putative friability of chronology, and the idea of consciousness as a universal "shared dream.