Whitepaper: Content Uniformity Analysis by Transmission Raman – A Return on Investment Analysis
This whitepaper compares resource requirements, operational timesavings and costs between HPLC and TRS methods…
Replace HPLC and increase CU testing throughput by 5-10x with significantly lower resource requirements.
Fewer instruments, no solvents, no sample preparation and less resource: transmission Raman spectroscopy (TRS) can analyse and report a CU batch test on intact tablets and capsules in minutes. This whitepaper compares resource requirements, operational timesavings and costs between HPLC and TRS methods. An analysis is performed based on replacing existing HPLC methods with faster TRS methods.
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