Understanding Spectral Preprocessing for Quantitative Raman Spectroscopy

November 03, 2021

This technical note explains some of the most commonly used spectral preprocessing techniques and when they should be used in Raman spectroscopy.

Fluorescence-Free 785 NM Material ID

November 03, 2021

MIRA XTR DS has the benefits of 785 nm Raman interrogation: compact size, low laser power, sample preservation, long battery lifetimes, and AI based fluorescence mitigation.

Real-Time Raman Quantification with PTRam

November 03, 2021

This application note demonstrates how the PTRam can be used to monitor chemical reactions, bioprocesses, and mixing in real-time.

Raman and NIR Combine to Improve Polyurethane Production

November 03, 2021

We explore polyurethane production process, areas where it can be improved with Raman and NIR spectroscopy, from material ID to process monitoring, final product testing.

NIR Spectroscopy Controls Acid Etch Baths

November 03, 2021

Describing the capabilities of the near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy for assessing the quality of acid baths for etching of microelectronics and printed electronics

Handheld Raman Identifies Chromates in Paint

November 03, 2021

The Mira XTR DS extracts Raman signatures from highly fluorescent materials, such as chromium compounds in paints, redefining the limits of 785 nm Raman spectroscopy.

Demystifying Fit-for-Purpose for Raman and NIR Instruments

June 09, 2021

*Live: Wednesday, June 9, 2021 at 1pm EDT| 12pm CDT| 10am PDT* Join Lucy Botros, the USP Scientific Liason for General Chapters, and Adam J. Hopkins, Spectroscopy Product Manager at Metrohm USA, as they team up to demystify how to comply with USP methods to make an analyzer or method fit for purpose. Lucy will explain the new structure and philosophy of the spectroscopy chapters, and how you qualify an instrument’s fitness for purpose. Adam will then discuss how Metrohm NIR and Raman solutions comply with revised USP guidelines. *On Demand Until June 9, 2022*

Optimizing Pharmaceutical QA/QC with Spectroscopy

January 12, 2021