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Topic: why does different type of tablet take longer to disintegrate than another one ?  (Read 877 times)

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Offline browniee

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Why does different type of tablet take longer to disintegrate than another one ?
After watching this video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LJgRxVKR3c) it made me wonder why.
Is it all because of the hardness of the tablet , solubility of tablet , and the factors affecting the rate of reaction between the tablet and the solvent used to disintegrate it ?

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Is it all because of the hardness of the tablet , solubility of tablet , and the factors affecting the rate of reaction between the tablet and the solvent used to disintegrate it ?

All of these and some more.
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