Application Notebook-02-01-2010

Application Notebook

A Confocal Raman Imaging Study on Emulsions

February 01, 2010

Molecular Spectroscopy

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In the life sciences and bio-medical research, in the food as well pharmaceutical industry, the development of characteristic emulsions and suspensions with distinctive features play an important role.

Trace Element Analysis of Heavy Metals in Pharmaceutical Materials

February 01, 2010

Atomic Spectroscopy

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One of the most common product safety-related analytical tests in the pharmaceutical industry (often referred to as a Limit Test) is the quantification of heavy metals or inorganics in all materials within a pharmaceutical product.

Applications of 1064 nm Dispersive Raman Systems in Biofuel Research

February 01, 2010

Molecular Spectroscopy

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BaySpec, Inc. has developed a complete line of 1064 nm excitation, dispersive Raman systems that offer maximum reduction in fluorescence interference from biological samples and thus making them very useful tools for biofuel research.

Petrochemical Product and Process Control Using Rapid TD-NMR Technology

February 01, 2010

Molecular Spectroscopy

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TD-NMR (Time-Domain Nuclear Magnetic Resonance) is a powerful tool for the petrochemical industry, from exploration to refining, that examines materials at the molecular level to quantify physicochemical properties.

From the Publisher: Making a Splash at Pittcon 2010

February 01, 2010

From the Publisher

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While many are adopting a wait-and-see attitude with regard to events such as Pittcon 2010, others are moving ahead with business as usual.

New Approach for Optimizing a Monoclonal Antibody Biotherapeutic in Different Formulations

February 01, 2010

Molecular Spectroscopy

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A prerequisite for a successful biotherapeutic formulation is one where the protein is stable and correctly folded.

Fat Analysis in Food and Feed with NIR

February 01, 2010

Molecular Spectroscopy

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Fat and other nutritional values can easily be determined by NIR analysis. However a proper sample preparation beforehand is essential for a correct result.