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Indomethacin is known to exhibit polymorphism. As a consequence the various forms have different solubilities and may have different bioavailabilities. This study has been carried out with the following techniques: calorimetry, differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), thermogravimetric analysis (TG), X-ray diffraction and thermomicroscopy. Two solid forms have been prepared and studied: their melting temperature and their enthalpy of fusion are determined. The heat capacity and heat content were measured vs. the temperature for these two solid forms and for the liquid phase. This is fundamental for the determination of the stable form. More of this, with a view to study phase diagrams of indomethacin with another compound (solvent or not), the knowledge of the C p of the various forms is necessary for calculation of the liquidus curve, this allows to minimize the number of experiments.
Thermodynamical data on Sb-Te system at 909,30 K, 911,85 K and 917,95 K. The integral molar enthalpies of formation of liquid Sb-Te alloys were measured at three temperatures by drop calorimetry.
Heat capacity (C p ) of the compound Sb·405Te·595 in solid and liquid states at constant pressure are calculated from the results of experimental “drop calorimetric” method. The heat of fusion of the compound is deduced. A phase transition in the solid state has been put in evidence.
The present study was performed in an attempt to confirm the existence of the Sb.405Te.595 phase transition by employing drop calorimetric method and high temperature X-ray diffractometry. Heat capacity of Sb.405Te.595, in the solid state is deduced. Low and high temperature X-ray powder data are given.
Indomethacin is known to exhibit polymorphism and solvates, the different forms obtained do not exhibit the same solubility and their bioavailabilities are different. It is of a prime importance to identify the various polymorphic and solvated forms. This study was carried out by: DSC (different scanning calorimetry), TG (thermogravimetric analysis), X-ray diffraction and thermomicroscopy. Seven solvates, with acetone, benzene, dichloromethane, tetrahydrofurane, propanol, chloroform and diethylether, were isolated and studied. Their formulae have been determined by thermogravimetric analysis and their X-ray patterns on powder are presented, by DSC their behaviour after desolvation is recorded, the temperature and the enthalpy of fusion are measured and by this way the form obtained is deduced.
Phase diagram of the binary system AgNO3—RbNO3 was studied using thermal analysis technique, differential scanning calorimetry and X-ray diffraction. This binary exhibits a congruently melting compound Ag0.5Rb0.5NO3 (m. p.=138°C), an incongruently melting one Ag0.33Rb0.66NO3 with two polymorphic varieties, two eutectics at (36 mol% RbNO3, 128°C) and at (60 mol% RbNO3, near 134°C) respectively and a peritectic at (60.5 mol% RbNO3, 141°C). This system contains also three invariant reactions at 164, 222 and 282°C due to the phase transitions of RbNO3 and another one at 164°C due to the phase transition of AgNO3.