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In addition to physical characteristics such as particle size and shape, the chemical identity of particulates can be important for a number of applications such as;
Malvern Instruments have developed advanced instrumentation for the chemical identification of particulate samples combining the high resolution size and shape information from automated imaging with the high chemical specificity of Raman spectroscopy.
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Morphologically Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS) can be applied to a variety of forensic evidence types, such as illicit drugs, counterfeit pharmaceuticals, hoax powders, soils and gunshot residues. It is a novel and reliable tool that would enable...
In its report ‘Critical Path Opportunities for Generic Drugs’, the FDA emphasizes the need for advances in the field of analytical sciences in order to accelerate the development of generic products. Here, Paul Kippax highlights techniques that are e...
This application note details how Morphologically Directed Raman Spectroscopy (MDRS) using the Morphologi G3-ID can be applied to the forensic identification of commercially sourced white powders commonly used in hoax bio-terrorism powder attacks. It...
Oral Solid Dosage (OSD) forms still represent a significant share of the pharmaceutical market. As a result, they remain an important target for generic product developers. In this white paper we introduce a workflow for OSD product deformulation and...
Particle size has been recognized as a key parameter in the development and manufacture of a wide range of pharmaceutical materials. Sometimes, however, size analysis is just not enough to provide the answer to a specific application issue. This pres...
(Webinar - Recorded)
Forensic Analyses by Morphologically Directed Raman Spectroscopy
(May 28 2015)
(Webinar - Live)
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