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  • Dispersive Raman Spectrometers
    Dispersive Raman spectrometers measure the wavelength and intensity of inelastically-scattered light. They use visible lasers, a grating, and charged-coupled detectors (CCD) to collect data. In most dispersive Raman spectrometers, the CCD is a silicon array. The laser acts as a light source
  • Laser Drilling Tablets for Use in Osmotic and Other Novel Drug Delivery Systems
    Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma Drug Delivery: The "Great Equalizer " Determining the Manufacturability of Drug-Layered Tablets Using Raman to Track API and Solid Dosage Forms During Drug Development Genzyme, Brookwood Collaborate on Drug Delivery Solid Dosage Form Processing Seminar on Tap
  • Laser Drilling Tablets for Use in Osmotic and Other Novel Drug Delivery Systems
    Operational Excellence & Lean Six Sigma Drug Delivery: The "Great Equalizer " Determining the Manufacturability of Drug-Layered Tablets Using Raman to Track API and Solid Dosage Forms During Drug Development Genzyme, Brookwood Collaborate on Drug Delivery ISPE Releases its Oral Solid Dosage Forms
  • Do You Know Acousto-optics?
    angle of incidence, (also predicted by Brillouin), has been observed by Rytow in 1935. Raman and Nath (1937) have designed a general ideal model of interaction taking into account several orders. This model was developed by Phariseau (1956) for diffraction including only one diffraction order
  • Two-Photon Excited Fluorescence Microscopy
    and coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy.4 The advantages these novel techniques present versus conventional microscopy methods have enabled great developments in biological imaging, especially in thick tissue and live animal studies. The common denominator of these techniques, which can
  • New Quality by Design Tools for Biopharma
    , such as dispersive Raman and NIR (both planar and probe) in real-time, in-process analytical detection systems. The goal is rapid analysis of fermentation mixtures and their precursors. Right now, the group is focusing on at-line systems, but they might possibly be developed for in-line processing

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