His primary areas of study are Chromatography, Solubility, Dissolution, Membrane and Stratum corneum. The various areas that William I. Higuchi examines in his Chromatography study include Boundary layer, Permeation, Aqueous solution and Diffusion. His Permeation study combines topics in areas such as Hairless, Ethanol and Mannitol.
His Solubility research incorporates elements of Crystallinity, Chemical engineering, Carbonate and Solvent. His Dissolution research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Inorganic chemistry, Sulfathiazole, Cholesterol, Phosphate and Kinetics. The concepts of his Stratum corneum study are interwoven with issues in Prodrug, Biophysics, Dermis and Permeability.
His primary scientific interests are in Chromatography, Dissolution, Membrane, Solubility and Aqueous solution. His Chromatography research integrates issues from Hexadecane, Micelle and Permeation. The Permeation study combines topics in areas such as Absorption and Stratum corneum.
His research integrates issues of Inorganic chemistry, Cholesterol, Mineralogy and Kinetics in his study of Dissolution. His work on Permeability, Synthetic membrane and Membrane transport as part of general Membrane study is frequently linked to Iontophoresis, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Aqueous solution study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Electrolyte and Diffusion layer.
His main research concerns Iontophoresis, Permeation, Solubility, Biophysics and Analytical chemistry. His research on Permeation also deals with topics like
His studies in Dissolution integrate themes in fields like Equilibrium constant, Stoichiometry and Calcium. William I. Higuchi studied Analytical chemistry and Electro-osmosis that intersect with Charge density. His study in Permeability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chromatography and Diffusion.
William I. Higuchi mainly focuses on Permeation, Iontophoresis, Stratum corneum, Analytical chemistry and Enhancer. The concepts of his Permeation study are interwoven with issues in Hairless, Biophysics, Permeability, Aqueous solution and Solubility. His Solubility study incorporates themes from Inorganic chemistry, Dissolution, Octacalcium phosphate, Phosphate and Crystallinity.
His Stratum corneum research includes elements of Partition coefficient and Chromatography. Much of his study explores Chromatography relationship to Absorption. The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrolyte, Tetraethylammonium and Diffusion in addition to Analytical chemistry.
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Analysis of data on the medicament release from ointments.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1962)
Dissolution Rates of High Energy Polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP)-Sulfathiazole Coprecipitates
A.P. Simonelli;S.C. Mehta;W.I. Higuchi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1969)
Diffusional Models Useful in Biopharmaceutics: Drug Release Rate Processes
William I. Higuchi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1967)
Release of medroxyprogesterone acetate from a silicone polymer.
T.J. Roseman;W.I. Higuchi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1970)
Physical degradation of emulsions via the molecular diffusion route and the possible prevention thereof
W.I. Higuchi;Jagdish Misra.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1962)
Investigation of factors influencing release of solid drug dispersed in inert matrices.
S.J. Desai;A.P. Simonelli;W.I. Higuchi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1966)
Drug release from wax matrices. I. Analysis of data with first-order kinetics and with the diffusion-controlled model.
Joseph B. Schwartz;Anthony P. Simonelli;William I. Higuchi.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1968)
Quantitative mechanistic studies in simultaneous fluid flow and intestinal absorption using steroids as model solutes
I. Komiya;J.Y. Park;A. Kamani;N.F.H. Ho.
International Journal of Pharmaceutics (1980)
Polymorphism and drug availability. Solubility relationships in the methylprednisolone system
W.I. Higuchi;P.K. Lau;T. Higuchi;J.W. Shell.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1963)
Permeation of hairless mouse skin I: Experimental methods and comparison with human epidermal permeation by alkanols
Hugo Durrheim;Gordon L. Flynn;William I. Higuchi;Charan R. Behl.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (1980)
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