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Drop-coating deposition Raman spectroscopy for metabolite profiling

There has been a lot of interest in enhancing the…

3 January 2019 | By , ,

There has been a lot of interest in enhancing the sensitivity of Raman spectroscopy due to the low efficiency of the Raman technique. A pre-concentration technique, drop-coating deposition Raman (DCDR), has been used in recent years to increase the utility of Raman spectroscopy by decreasing the detection limit for non-enhanced…

Raman In-Depth Focus 2018

This In-Depth Focus covers drop-coating deposition Raman (DCDR) spectroscopy for…

18 December 2018 | By

This In-Depth Focus covers drop-coating deposition Raman (DCDR) spectroscopy for metabolite profiling and recent developments of Raman spectroscopy for the qualitative analysis of falsified and substandard medicines.

Issue #2 2018 – Digital Version

In this issue; recent developments in turning promising compounds into…

12 April 2018 | By

In this issue; recent developments in turning promising compounds into drug candidates, reviewing the latest trends in pharmaceutical microbiology and their implications, and a roundtable debate featuring the views of five industry leaders.

Photobleaching profile of Raman peaks and fluorescence background

Laser-induced fluorescence is the most common source of interfering baseline…

15 December 2017 | By , , , ,

Laser-induced fluorescence is the most common source of interfering baseline signal encountered in Raman measurements. It shows itself as a slowly changing background in a spectrum. One of the challenges in the successful use of Raman spectroscopy is to extract Raman signatures from this, orders of magnitude stronger, broadband fluorescence…

Raman In-Depth Focus 2016

In this supplement: Raman imaging evaluating counterfeit Cialis® tablets; analysis…

13 December 2016 | By

In this supplement: Raman imaging evaluating counterfeit Cialis® tablets; analysis of capsule-based dry powder inhalers; Raman spectroscopy to authenticate medicines; Raman roundtable; as well as expert views...