Whitepaper: Use of exaggerated surface area to solution volume ratios in extractable studies – equilibrium case
This whitepaper serves to illustrate the reasons for exaggerating the extracted surface area to extraction solution volume ratios as is the practice in extractables studies.
The purpose of this technical communication is to establish and justify appropriate practices related to the exaggeration of extracted surface area to extraction solution volume ratios used in extractables studies. It specifically addresses those circumstances where equilibrium is achieved between the extracted test article and the extracting medium.
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