Application note: Aseptic identification of polysorbates using handheld Raman
Posted: 1 April 2015 | Rigaku
Polysorbates are used in a variety of industries including food, cosmetics, pharmaceuticals and biopharmaceuticals – specifically in the manufacturing of parenteral medication and cell culture growth.
Due to industry regulations and quality standards, it is considered good practice to identify incoming materials prior to manufacturing. Because polysorbates are reactive to light and air, packaging is usually in thick, dark, amber bottles.
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