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Raman spectroscopy is an established spectroscopic technique for measuring the chemical identity and structure of materials across many industries, including pharmaceuticals, fine chemicals, minerals and foods.
Raman spectroscopy has a very high chemical specificity and is routinely used to differentiate between different polymorphs of the same compound for example. When used in conjunction with static image analysis it provides a powerful means of measuring the chemical identity of individually dispersed particles within a sample.
Applications of this technique include:
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Malvern Instruments welcomes Prof. Dr. John F. Carpenter, from the University of Colorado Center for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, as a guest presenter contributing to the company’s current series of webinars. Professor Carpenter is a ren...
The non-invasive and non-destructive determination of numerous physicochemical properties of protein therapeutics and their aggregates is critical for developing formulation conditions that enhance product efficacy, stability and manufacturability. M...
The Morphologi G3-ID provides, by automatically quantifying, the percent of each chemical, both active and diluent, a robust “fingerprint” of the illicit drug sample, that can potentially be used to link a street drug seizure back to the ...
The Morphol;ogi G3-ID can be used to generate component-specific particle size and shape data required to aid the reverse engineering of solid oral dose formulations. Here, we provide an example case study for a powder formulation.
Researchers at Novozymes pharma and Malvern Instruments show how light scattering techniques benefit the study of the stability of human albumins. The studies involve the new Zetasizer ZSP and APS, Viscotek SEC systems, and the Morphology G3-ID
Chemical Acquisition and Raman Spectral Processing methods used with the Morphologi G3-ID
Introduction to the Morphologi G3-ID
Identify, quantify & characterize adulterants and diluents in illicit drugs using Morphologi G3-ID
Reverse engineering of a pharmaceutical formulation using the Morphologi G3-ID
Component specific particle characterisation of the active components in a pharmaceutical topical formulations
Combining dynamic light scattering and raman spectroscopy to achieve new insights into protein stability, aggregation and high order structure
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