Application note: Raman spectroscopy to study the distribution of compounds in a pharmaceutical drug product
In this application note, HORIBA discuss using raman spectroscopy to study the distribution of compounds in pharmaceutical drug products…
Resulting from the combination of Raman spectroscopy and optical microscopy, Raman hyperspectral imaging has proven to be an indispensable tool in the pharmaceutical field, especially to study the distribution of active(s) and excipients in a pharmaceutical drug product.
In the pharmaceutical environment, and especially in the research and development field, the quality of the medicine is a critical step as it faces challenges with increased demand from the regulatory affairs to improve the quality of a pharmaceutical drug product. In order to ensure its proper effect on the patient health, a product has to be manufactured with exacting quality.
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