The application of tip-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (TERS) no longer needs to be hampered by a lack of understanding of optical parameters, thanks to new technique, say researchers.
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Researchers have modified a portable Raman spectrometer that can determine the level of THC in cannabis plants, which they say could be used by farmers wishing to grow hemp.
Researchers have developed a highly sensitive technique for probing molecules that they say could enable new applications in the fields of spectroscopy.
Successful completion of product development for active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) is a tremendously challenging task, in large part due to the amount of analytical data collected.
Since it was discovered in the 1920s, Raman spectroscopy has been used in pharmaceutical research as a non‐invasive way to provide chemical and structural information in situ, without any staining or complicated sample preparation. Nikki Withers spoke to Professor Kishan Dholakia to hear more about its use in industry and…
In this on-demand webcast, spectroscopy experts discuss recent advances in handheld Raman and NIR technology that lead to faster, more effective implementation and improved regulatory compliance.
4 October 2019 | By Mettler-Toledo GmbH
This webinar provides an overview of the important UV/Vis spectroscopy-relevant changes in both USP and Ph. Eur. taking a closer look at their impact and the solutions available to ensure compliance.
Forum LABO PARIS has revealed the nominees in the 2019 Innovation Awards, which reward the exhibitors’ know-how and the most outstanding new products...
NIR technology has been used in the pharmaceutical industry for nearly two decades, but the major driver for its use over the last 10 years was recommendations made by the FDA and other regulating authorities.
Study using mass spectrometry-based analysis provides a greater understanding of the cell and a comprehensive map of cell proteins...
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…
90 years ago Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman and Kariamanickam Srinivasa Krishnan first documented "A New Type of Secondary Radiation," which then became known as the Raman Effect [1, 2]. Raman spectroscopy is based on this effect and is used for qualitative and quantitative analysis of the chemical components and molecules of…
Whitepaper: Characterising antibody-drug conjugates using micro pillar array columns combined with mass spectrometry (μPAC™-MS)
The use of micro pillar array columns (μPAC™) for characterising antibody-drug conjugates is presented. Kadcyla® (ado-trastuzumab emtansine) and, for comparison, Herceptin® (trastuzumab) tryptic digests were analysed on a 200 cm μPAC™ C18 column and peaks eluting were detected by ultraviolet (UV) spectroscopy and high-resolution mass spectrometry (MS).
Raman spectroscopy is an analysis technique that provides a “molecular fingerprint” of the sample, enabling analysis of chemical composition and molecular structure without sample preparation. As a measurement technique, Raman imparts many benefits in applications from laboratory discoveries to feedback-control in manufacturing.