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The enthalpies of solution
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of polymorphic forms I and II of theophylline in water at 298.15 K using the isoperibol solution calorimeter have been determined in the range of concentration (0.311–1.547) · 10−3 /mol · kg−1. The enthalpies of hydration
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were determined from the experimentally obtained the enthalpies of solution for aqueous solutions and previously determined enthalpies of sublimation
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The physicochemical properties of theophylline hydrate and anhydrous polymorphic forms I and II were evaluated using crystallographic and calorimetric method. This study has been carried out with the following techniques: differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), thermogravimetric analysis (TG) and X-ray diffractometry. The X-ray patterns on powder for investigated compounds are presented.

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