Raman In-Depth Focus 2018
In this issue: the applications of vibrational spectroscopy for analysing the molecular component of a solid sample, and Raman as a fast-growing tool for PAT/QbD
- Raman spectroscopy: a powerful tool for product analysis and production process control
Vibrational spectroscopy has broad applications in analysing the molecular component of a solid sample, particularly for its ability to identify certain chemical species based on its spectroscopic fingerprint and its capability of performing non-destructive analysis.
- The rise of Raman: a fast-growing tool for PAT/QbD
While Raman has been used for decades as a research tool, we are not seeing it make big inroads in the process stream, from raw materials through to finished products. Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) has been used for raw materials since the mid-1980s, but it does have limitations.
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