Whitepaper: Pharmaceutical excipients identification with handheld Raman
It is critical and required for pharmaceutical manufacturers to have quality control procedures in place to ensure incoming raw materials are both correct and meet sufficient quality standards…
It is critical and required for pharmaceutical manufacturers to have quality control procedures in place to ensure incoming raw materials are both correct and meet sufficient quality standards. Many have adopted Raman spectroscopy as an effective and efficient technique for raw material identification, in-process analysis, and final product authentication.
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