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Transmission Raman spectroscopy (TRS) is an alternative to HPLC for content uniformity (CU) analysis that has many attractive benefits, and is increasingly being used by pharmaceutical manufacturers for CU testing.
Transmission Raman spectroscopy is proving to be a viable alternative to HPLC for content uniformity analysis. Two talks will look at the use of transmission Raman in practical CU model building and look at the regulatory aspects of filing alternate release methods using relevant examples.
Content uniformity analysis by HPLC is slow and expensive but transmission Raman spectroscopy (TRS) is an alternative technique that can vastly speed up batch analysis.
A Novel Raw Materials Verification Instrument for the Pharmaceutical Industry
RapID is a revolutionary new tool for verifying pharmaceutical materials through unopened sacks, bottles, coloured glass and plastic containers.
Transmission Raman Spectroscopy (TRS) combines high chemical specificity with true bulk transmission analysis that can be done in seconds and with no sample preparation. Learn what makes TRS a great choice for improving and speeding up conventional content uniformity methods.
Prof. Matousek talks about transmission Raman as applied to content uniformity analysis of pharmaceutical dosage forms, highlighting the benefits of ease-of-use, speed and flexibility.