What is the True Solubility Advantage for Amorphous Pharmaceuticals? View Full Text


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2000-04

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Bruno C. Hancock, Michael Parks

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PURPOSE: To evaluate the magnitude of the solubility advantage for amorphous pharmaceutical materials when compared to their crystalline counterparts. METHODS: The thermal properties of several drugs in their amorphous and crystalline states were determined using differential scanning calorimetry. From these properties the solubility advantage for the amorphous form was predicted as a function of temperature using a simple thermodynamic analysis. These predictions were compared to the results of experimental measurements of the aqueous solubilities of the amorphous and crystalline forms of the drugs at several temperatures. RESULTS: By treating each amorphous drug as either an equilibrium supercooled liquid or a pseudo-equilibrium glass, the solubility advantage compared to the most stable crystalline form was predicted to be between 10 and 1,600 fold. The measured solubility advantage was usually considerably less than this, and for one compound studied in detail its temperature dependence was also less than predicted. It was calculated that even for partially amorphous materials the apparent solubility enhancement (theoretical or measured) is likely to influence in-vitro and in-vivo dissolution behavior. CONCLUSIONS: Amorphous pharmaceuticals are markedly more soluble than their crystalline counterparts, however, their experimental solubility advantage is typically less than that predicted from simple thermodynamic considerations. This appears to be the result of difficulties in determining the solubility of amorphous materials under true equilibrium conditions. Simple thermodynamic predictions can provide a useful indication of the theoretical maximum solubility advantage for amorphous pharmaceuticals, which directly reflects the driving force for their initial dissolution. More... »

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397-404

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