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    Raman Spectroscopy – Process Development and Monitoring

    Biopharmaceuticals Manufacturing is an industry that has adopted Raman spectroscopy measurements for PAT studies, particularly for cell culture and fermentation monitoring. Raman spectroscopy can be used to monitor the growth media components (including glucose) and metabolic products (such as lactate) in cell culture upon development of a multivariate statistical model. RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY INTRODUCTION AND ADVANTAGES

    Analyzing incoming raw materials using Raman Spectroscopy in pharma

    Handheld Raman instruments have become globally accepted tool for quick analysis incoming raw material identification in the pharmaceutical industry. The speed of analysis allows the customer to move beyond traditional statistical sampling to 100% container identification. Considering the growing importance of Raman spectroscopy, Pharmacopeia chapters are updated with more information and guidance for the system.

    Metrohm means Spectroscopy

    The Metrohm brand stands for highly accurate, robust instruments and continuous innovation. Our spectroscopy portfolio reflects these standards. We have cutting-edge near-infrared and Raman systems for lab, process, and field operation. Analytical instrumentation technology has evolved over period of years. The important  reasons for these evolvements are: The need for Rapid analysis solution Non destructive

    5 Key Differences of Spectrophotometry vs Spectroscopy

    Spectrophotometry is a method for determining the amount of light a chemical substance absorbs by measuring the intensity of light as a light beam passes through a sample solution. The fundamental idea is that each substance absorbs or transmits light within a specific wavelength range. This measurement can also be used to determine the concentration

    Renishaw introduces new functionality to its inVia™ confocal Raman microscope

    Renishaw is pleased to introduce fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy (FLIM) functionality to its inVia™ confocal Raman microscope. In partnership with Becker & Hickl GmbH, the pioneers in time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC), the system combines both Raman and FLIM in a single instrument. This integration can overlay both FLIM and Raman images with pixel-to-pixel correlation, thus