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It was probably not until the advent of penicillin that inhalation became an important route of delivery. Nebulizers powered by compressed air or oxygen produced particles from the visible to the submicron in diameter. Mutch’s exposition on the inhalation of chemotherapeutic substances discusses the fate of particles in some detail  and refers to early in vitro experiments by Heubner  on aerosol particle deposition. Presaging pharmacopeial artificial throats and other valuable apparatus in use today, the complex glass apparatus of Heubner with “bends, forks and narrowings and expansions” to resemble the complexity of the respiratory tract, demonstrated that particles of 5 mm reached its furthermost ends.
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