Solving problems with spectral imaging

4 February 2016 09:30-16:30, London, United Kingdom

Hyperspectral spectral imaging brings great advantages to pharmaceutical analysis by combining the best in spectroscopy and imaging. It solves many problems in analysing solid dosage forms: particle size, shape and distribution; moisture content and location, identification and quantification of individual constituents including polymorphic forms; content uniformity; and assessment of homogeneity. The data may be used in formulation development, understanding and monitoring manufacturing processes, ensuring continuous product quality, quality control and identifying counterfeit medicines. Imaging can involve many spectroscopies: near-infrared, Raman, X-ray and Terahertz as well as optical methods and mass spectroscopy. This symposium brings leading experts to give solutions to the big issues, top tips, best practice and current developments.
The Royal Society of Chemistry

Science Room, The Royal Society of Chemistry, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BA, United Kingdom

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Joint Pharmaceutical Analysis Group
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