New research demonstrates the potential of dual-detection impulsive vibrational spectroscopy (DIVS), an ultrafast Raman spectroscopy technique.
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Richard Crocombe of Crocombe Spectroscopic Consulting surveys the use of portable spectrometers in pharmaceutical manufacturing, with an emphasis on vibrational spectroscopy. Ideal and typical features of portable spectrometers are reviewed, alongside explanation of why device characteristics and sample presentation are critical to obtaining meaningful results.
In our latest journal, discover the innovations enabling drugs to be delivered across the blood-brain barrier, the challenges associated with downstream purification of cell and gene therapies, as well as applications of NIR spectroscopy in ingredient analysis. Also featured in this issue, explore the development and future potential of radiomolecular…
This application note presents Raman imaging as a tool for pharmaceutical tablet analysis.
This journal features articles discussing what knowledge could help the industry to prevent the next nitrosamine-like contamination event, the key steps when validating analytical techniques for cell and gene therapies and how artificial intelligence is shaping microbiology. Also in this issue, using Raman spectroscopy and hyperspectral imaging to detect counterfeit…
Researchers show that combining morphologically-directed Raman spectroscopy (MDRS) with dissolution analysis allows for particle size analysis in fully formulated nasal suspension sprays.
Optical spectral measurement tools are extremely useful both for in-line measurements in process analytical techniques (PATs) as well as for evaluating the composition of finished substances. Here, CPI’s Lukas Kuerten and Rachel Findlay demonstrate a valuable method for gaining useful information from spectral data.
Scientists show how a combined time-resolved Raman and fluorescence spectroscopy can be applied to provide reliable drug diffusion data for drug-hydrogel combinations.
Here, EPR summarises a review of some of the benefits and disadvantages for spectroscopic techniques used to characterise the structure of therapeutic proteins in solid dosage forms.
A new paper reveals a potential source of errors in the Raman spectroscopy analysis of chiral molecules that could lead to significant data misinterpretations, and a potential method to fix it.
A new paper reveals how combining flow cytometry with other analytical techniques can provide a wealth of information on bacterial viability and thus enhance sterilisation processes.