Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/12945
Title: Solid-state interaction of ibuprofen with magnesium stearate and product characterization thereof
Authors: Stojanovska Pecova, Monika
Geskovski, Nikola
Petrushevski, Gjorgji
Chachorovska, Marina
Krsteska, Liljana
Ugarkovic, Sonja
Makreski, Petre 
Keywords: Ibuprofen; magnesium stearate; diibuprofen magnesium tetrahydrate; solid-state interaction; compatibility; mechanosynthesis
Issue Date: Aug-2020
Publisher: Informa UK Limited
Journal: Drug development and industrial pharmacy
Abstract: Solid-state compatibility of API with excipients is essential step in the preformulation stage of early development of new finished dosage form. Thermal analysis and vibrational spectroscopy are complementary techniques that play a pivotal role to assess the solid-state compatibility of API with excipients. Their coupling and combination with multivariate analysis, provide valuable quantitative aspect to reveal the potential interactions. The impetus of this work was aimed to fully elucidate the solid-state compatibility of ibuprofen and magnesium stearate in binary mixtures comprising pharmaceutically acceptable amounts of magnesium stearate (0.25-5% w/w). Binary mixtures were analyzed before and after exposure at strictly controlled stress conditions (25 °C/60% relative humidity and 40 °C/75% relative humidity). Interaction between ibuprofen and magnesium stearate was unambiguously confirmed. The product of their interaction was synthetized separately, characterized by means of FTIR spectroscopy, DSC, TG/DTG and XRPD for the first time and identified as diibuprofen magnesium. The induced solid-state pseudopolymorphic transition of this product to diibuprofen magnesium tetrahydrate was also studied and discussed.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12188/12945
DOI: 10.1080/03639045.2020.1788067
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