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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Dissolution Vessels are a critical part of the apparatus and should be treated as a precision part, just the same as other parts of the tester.

It can be argued that they are one of the most critical parts of the whole dissolution test and studies demonstrate just how much influence vessels have on the final results. Dissolution vessels play a big part in the dissolution process and it is perhaps surprising that such a large tolerance in the inside diameter is allowed.

Part of the justification for this is that most vessels are formed from extruded glass tubing and this has significant variations in its ID. Also the hemisphere at the bottom of the vessel has traditionally been hand formed and this makes it hard to manufacture to a tight tolerance.

Additionally the flange at the top can affect the centering and the vessel verticality. Recently some bath manufacturers have started to make the flange out of moulded plastic which is both more reproducible and allows the vessels to be rigidly fixed into the tester and prevents rim chipping and breakage. This should therefore be avoided.

Amber vessels are used to reduce the amount of light that can get into the vessel for light sensitive applications and should be used with amber vessel covers. They normally allow enough light in for the dissolution process to be visible. PTFE vessels that are totally opaque and do not allow any light to pass through are also available. All vessels should be serialised and where possible used in the same bath location and orientation to minimise the physical differences.

There is sometimes a temptation to use plastic vessels to save money, but in reality this is usually a false economy. Plastic vessels are easily scratched, crack very quickly and have much poorer heat transmission than glass vessels.

Plastic vessels or PTFE coated glass vessels are sometimes used where the dosage form will stick to a glass vessel. All plastic vessels are moulded and should be reproducible. However they are generally easy to scratch and care should be taken when cleaning them. There have been various studies into the effect that the shape of the vessel.

Two of the best publications are detailed below. The first publication discusses the large physical difference between the vessels available. The second article demonstrates that the fewer defects the vessels have, the more reproducible the results will be. More recently QLA pioneered a new method of making vessels using a mould that ensures they are all identical.

These vessels have ground glass rims can be freely moved within a bath or replaced if broken without having to recalibrate.

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