Spectroscopy Solutions

Insights into Structure and Dynamics of Biomolecules from UV Resonance Raman Spectroscopy

Raman spectroscopy is an inelastic scattering technique that reveals vibrational spectra of molecules.  When the excitation wavelength is tuned to fall within an absorption band of a chromophore, the Raman effect is called resonance Raman scattering. 

Structure and Organisation of Biological Molecules From Vibrational Spectroscopies

[On-demand webinar] Vibrational spectroscopies constitute a diverse set of techniques that can provide valuable information about the structure and behaviour of any biological molecule under a wide range of experimental conditions. As such, the family of Raman and infrared spectroscopies are making significant impact in biology both for research and for applications in detection,...

Classification of Crude Oils and Pharmaceutical Counterfeits: The Powerful Combination of Vibrational Spectroscopy and Chemometrics

[On-demand webinar] A novel method was developed to predict Long Residue properties as well as Short Residue properties at different flashing temperatures based on the IR spectrum of a crude oil measured at room temperature. The resulting demonstrates that this integrated approach offers a fast and viable alternative for the currently applied elaborative ASTM and IP methods (patented). 

Pharmaceutical Applications of Raman Spectroscopy

This on-demand talk will review applications of Raman spectroscopy in the pharmaceutical industry. The most common application of Raman spectroscopy is raw material identification. We will discuss the benefits, advantages as well as the limitations of Raman spectroscopy for raw material identification and finished product verification.

Raman Solutions #4: Validation of Quantitative Raman Methods

This article is the second of a three part series on quantitative prediction using Raman spectroscopy. Method validation is the process of verifying an analytical method is performing as required. Method validation is required in regulated industries and is good scientific practice. United States Pharmacopeia chapters on Near IR spectroscopy and on Raman spectroscopy describe the criteria that...

Raman Solutions #3: Quantitative Prediction Using Raman Spectroscopy

This article is the first of a three part series on quantitative prediction using Raman spectroscopy. 

Raman Solutions #2: Raman Spectrometer Technology

For the second article of this series of articles on Raman spectroscopy I will review some of the latest in Raman technology. Raman has become one of the most important technologies. The large number of vendors with Raman spectrometers of different sizes is overwhelming.

Raman Solutions #1: The Raman Effect

The Indian physicist, CV Raman, received the Nobel Prize for his discovery of Raman scattering. Raman found that when monochromatic light from a Hg lamp passed through a solid or liquid sample, such as benzene, a small amount of light was scattered in all directions but at a frequency lower (longer wavelength) than the incident light frequency. We note that a group of Russian scientists...

How to Validate Quantitative Raman Methods

Frederick H. Long from Spectroscopic Solutions, LLC, New Jersey, USA discusses quantitative prediction using Raman spectroscopy. Method validation is the process of verifying an analytical method is performing as required. It is required in regulated industries and is good scientific practice. United States Pharmacopeia chapters on Near IR spectroscopy and on Raman spectroscopy describe the...

Integrated Software Tool to Enhance Raman Imaging

WITec, manufacturer of Raman and scanning-probe microscopes, introduces a new operating concept with the powerful and intuitive Suite FIVE. Sophisticated features and hands-on control transform the user experience, enabling the researcher to move from setup to results with unprecedented ease. Suite FIVE provides an integrated tool for data acquisition, evaluation and post-processing that...

     

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