Duration: 1 hour
Thomas J. Tague Jr., Ph.D.
Bruker Optics, Inc.
Raman spectroscopy has been utilized in the pharmaceutical community for many years. There are areas of analysis where Raman is in principle the best technique, but many products contain chemicals that exhibit fluorescence precluding its application. For example, Raman should work best for raw material identification, polymorphic studies, high throughput screening, and many others. A new hand-held Raman spectrometer has been developed enabling users to analyze samples that were previously difficult-to-impossible to analyze, utilizing new patented fluorescence mitigation methods. The new Raman spectrometer also has a very wide spectra range and high spectral quality thereby optimizing the analysis and resulting in the virtual elimination of false positive/false negative test results for raw material identification.
In this webinar you will learn:
- The benefits of Raman spectroscopy over traditional techniques
- Sequentially Shifted Excitation Raman Spectroscopy for fluorescence mitigation
- Use of Raman for high throughput screening
- Important considerations in choosing Raman