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Why we use 100 RPM in friability test

Why we use 100 RPM in friability test..

Answer / mukesh kukreti

It is not 100 RPM, Its 25 RPM for 4 minutes or total of 100 rounds at 25 RPM. Which is recommended in pharmacopoeias. Friability is required to check the brackability loss during transportation of uncoated tablets.

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