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Co-Processed Lactose and Starch Excipient | Uses, Suppliers, and Specifications

Co-Processed Lactose Monohydrate and Corn Starch is an excipient system comprised of two compendial grade excipients: Lactose Monohydrate and Corn Starch. The two materials are combined physically using a spray drying process. The amount of Lactose monohydrate varies between 82-88, depending on the manufacturer, and grade. Co-Processed Lactose Monohydrate and Corn Starch is supplied as a white or almost white, odourless, free-flowing powder.

Pharmacopoeial Compliance: Individual Ingredients are listed in Pharmacopoeia

Synonyms and Trade Names: Co-Processed Lactose and Corn starch; StarLac®; SANAQ® SL004

Uses and Applications: Directly Compressible Tablet Excipient System


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