Effect of comminution technique on the surface energy of a powder. G.Buckton, A.Choularton, A.E.Beezer and S.M.Chatham, (1988), Int. J. Pharm. 47, 121-128.
The use of isothermal microcalorimetry in the study of changes in crystallinity induced during the processing of powders. L-E. Briggner, G.Buckton, K.Bystrom and P Darcy, (1994), Int. J. Pharm., 105, 125-135.
The use of isothermal microcalorimetry in the study of changes in crystallinity of spray dried salbutamol sulphate. G.Buckton, P.Darcy, D.Greenleaf and P.Holbrook., (1995), Int. J. Pharm., 116, 113-118.
The use of isothermal microcalorimetry in the study of small degrees of amorphous content of powders. G.Buckton, P.Darcy and A.J.Mackellar, (1995), Int. J. Pharm., 117, 253-256.
The influence of additives on the recrystallisation of amorphous spray dried lactose. G.Buckton and P.Darcy, (1995), Int. J. Pharm., 121., 81-87.
The use of gravimetric studies to assess the degree of crystallinity of predominantly crystalline powders. G.Buckton and P.Darcy, (1995), Int. J. Pharm., 123., 265-271.
The use of isothermal microcalorimetry in the study of small degrees of amorphous content of a hydrophobic powder. H.Ahmed, G.Buckton and D.A.Rawlins, (1996), Int. J. Pharm., 130, 195-201.
Water mobility in amorphous lactose below and close to the glass transition temperature G.Buckton and P.Darcy, (1996), Int. J. Pharm., 136, 141-146.
The use of thermal techniques to assess the impact of feed concentration on the amorphous content and polymorphic forms present in spray dried lactose. O.C.Chidavaenzi, G.Buckton, F.Koosha and R.Pathak, (1997) Int. J. Pharm., 159, 67-74.
The influence of heating/drying on the crystallisation of amorphous lactose after structural collapse P.Darcy and G.Buckton, (1997) Int. J. Pharm., 158, 157-164.
Crystallisation of partially amorphous griseofulvin in water vapour: determination of thermodynamic and kinetic parameters using isothermal heat conduction microcalorimetry. H.Ahmed, G.Buckton and D.A.Rawlins, (1998), Int. J. Pharm., 167, 139-146.
Quantitative assessments of powder crystallinity: Estimates of heat and mass transfer to interpret isothermal microcalorimetry data. Patricia Darcy and Graham Buckton,(1998), Thermochimica Acta, 316, 29-36
Crystallisation of bulk samples of partially amorphous spray-dried lactose. P.Darcy and G.Buckton (1998), Pharmaceutical Development and Technology, 3, 502-508.
Conversions between different amorphous states and crystal polymorphs of significance for inhalation systems. G.Buckton in R.N. Dalby, P.R.Byron and S.J. Farr (Eds.) Resp. Drug Del. VI (1998), Interpharm Press, 145-152.
The use of near infra-red spectroscopy to detect changes in the form of amorphous and crystalline lactose. G.Buckton, E.Yonemochi, J.Hammond and A.Moffat, (1998) Int. J. Pharm., 168, 231-242.
Assessment of disorder in crystalline powders - a review of analytical techniques and their application. G.Buckton and P.Darcy, (1999) Int. J. Pharm., 179, 141-158.
Differences in crystallization behaviour between quenched and ground amorphous ursodeoxycholic acid. E. Yonemochi, Y.Inoue, G.Buckton, A.Moffat, T.Oguchi and K.Yamamoto. (1999) Pharm. Res., 16, 835-840.
Water sorption and near IR spectroscopy to study the difference between microcrystalline cellulose and silicified microcrystalline cellulose, before and after wet granulation. G.Buckton, E.Yonemochi, W.L.Yoon and A.C.Moffat. (1999) Int. J. Pharm., 181, 41-48.
Isothermal microcalorimetry water sorption experiments: Calibration issues G.Buckton. (2000) Thermochimica Acta. 347, 63-71,
The quantification of small degrees of disorder in lactose using solution calorimetry. S.E.Hogan and G.Buckton, (2000) Int. J. Pharm., 207, 57-64
The novel combination of dynamic vapour sorption gravimetric analysis and near infra-red spectroscopy as a hyphonated technique. R.A.Lane and G.Buckton, (2000) Int. J. Pharm., 207, 49-56.
The application of near infrared spectroscopy and dynamic vapour sorption to quantify low amorphous contents of crystalline lactose. S.E.Hogan and G.Buckton (2001) Pharm Res., 18, 112-116.
The use of inverse phase gas chromatography to measure the surface energy of crystalline, amorphous and recently milled lactose. H. E. Newell, G. Buckton, D. A. Butler, F. Thielmann and D. R. Williams, (2001) Pharm Res., 18, 662-666.
The use of inverse phase gas chromatography to study the change of surface energy of amorphous lactose as a function of relative humidity and the processes of collapse and crystallisation. H.E. Newell, G.Buckton, D.A. Butler, F.Thielmann, D.R.Williams, (2001), Int. J. Pharm., 217, 45-56.
Water sorption/desorption-Near IR and calorimetric study of crystalline and amorphous raffinose Sarah E Hogan and Graham Buckton, (2001), Int. J. Pharm., 227, 57-69.
A study of the crystallisation of amorphous salbutamol sulphate using water vapour sorption and near infrared spectroscopy. A.Columbano, G.Buckton and P. Wikeley (2002) Int. J. Pharm., 237, 171-178.
The effect of alkylpolyglycoside surfactants on the crystallisation of spray dried salbutamol sulphate: a gravimetric-near infrared spectrometry study A.Columbano, G. Buckton and P. Wikeley (2002) AAPS Pharm Sci. 4(3) article 16.
The effect of spray drying feed temperature and subsequent storage conditions on the physical form of lactose. O. C. Chidavaenzi, G. Buckton and F. Koosha (2002) AAPS Pharm. Sci. Tech., 3, issue 4, 37.
Inverse gas chromatography: Considerations about appropriate use for amorphous and crystalline powders O.Planinsek and G.Buckton (2003) J Pharm Sci, 92, 1286-1294
Quantification of amorphous content in mixed systems: Amorphous trehalose with lactose D. Al-Hadithi G. Buckton and S. Brocchini, (2004)Thermochimica Acta., 417, 193-199
Determination of the changes in surface energetics of cefditoren pivoxil as a consequence of processing induced disorder and equilibrium to different relative humidities. M Ohta and G Buckton, (2004) Int. J. Pharm., 269, 81-88.
The potential of High speed DSC (Hyper-DSC) for the detection and quantification of small amounts of amorphous content in predominantly crystalline samples. MH. Saunders, K Podluii, S. Shergill, C. Blatchford, G Buckton and P Royall. (2004) Int J Pharm, 274, 35-40.
The use of dynamic vapour sorption and near infra-red spectroscopy (DVS-NIR) to study the crystal transitions of theophylline and the report of a new solid-state transition, K. Vora, G.Buckton and D.Clapham (2004), Eur. J. Pharm. Sci., 22, 97-105.
Inverse gas chromatography: Investigating whether the technique preferentially probes high energy sites and simultaneous measurements of surface energy and surface area. H E Newell and G Buckton. (2004) Pharm. Res. , 21, 1440-1444.
Approaches to determine the enthalpy of crystallisation, and amorphous content, from isothermal microcalorimetry data. S. Dilworth, G.Buckton, S Gaisford and R. Ramos. (2004) Int. J. Pharm., 284, 83-94
The crystallisation of a model hydrophobic drug (terfenadine) following exposure to humidity and organic vapours. R. M. Samra and G. Buckton. (2004) Int. J. Pharm., 284, 53-60
A study of the differences between two amorphous spray dried samples of cefditoren pivoxil which exhibited different physical stabilities M Ohta and G Buckton. (2005) Int. J. Pharm., 289, 31-38.
The use of inverse gas chromatography and gravimetric vapour sorption to study transitions in amorphous lactose. A V Ambarkane, K Pincott and G Buckton (2005) Int. J. Pharm., 294, 129-135.
Calorimetric Determination of Amorphous Content in lactose: The Preparation of Calibration Curves R.Ramos, S.Gaisford and G.Buckton, (2005) Int. J. Pharm. 300 13-21
Adjusting and Understanding the Properties and Crystallisation Behaviour of AmorphousTrehalose as a Function of Spray Drying Feed Concentration Abigail Moran and Graham Buckton. (2007) Int. J. Pharm. 343 (1-2): 12-17
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