Definition of pharmaceutics in English:

pharmaceutics

noun

  • See pharmaceutical

    • ‘Many pharmacy schools/colleges, new and established, have very few or no faculty members in the areas of pharmaceutics, pharmacognosy, and/or medicinal chemistry at present.’
    • ‘The professional pharmacy curriculum focuses mostly on drug interactions, pharmaceutics, drug products, and diagnosis and treatment of disease.’
    • ‘In addition, DNA condensation is becoming important for pharmaceutics, because the formation of compact particles is one of the possible ways for DNA delivery in gene therapy.’
    • ‘A better understanding might have benefits in chemical technology, pharmaceutics, protein research, and metallurgy, all of which often deal with crystallizing fluids.’
    • ‘Antibodies are widely used in biotechnology, pharmaceutics, and as catalysts.’

Pronunciation

pharmaceutics

/ˌfärməˈso͞odiks//ˌfɑrməˈsudɪks/