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Creatine Citric Acid.pdf (1.93 MB)
Mechanosynthesis of a Coamorphous Formulation of Creatine with Citric Acid and Humidity–Mediated Transformation into a Cocrystal
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submitted on 28.09.2020 and posted on 29.09.2020by Kyle B Pekar, Jonathan B Lefton, Christina McConville, Jewel Burleson, Daniel Sethio, Elfi Kraka, Tomce Runcevski
We report a simple, efficient, and scalable mechanochemical method of
preparation of new creatine fitness supplement with increased solubility (compared to the creatine monohydrate) and
decreased acidity (compared to creatine hydrochloride).