Identifying Polymorphism with In-Situ Raman Spectroscopy at Screening Scale
Please join Mark Kemper and our valued partner Dr. Thomas Kendall from Technobis Crystallization Systems as we co-host the webinar Identifying Polymorphism with In-Situ Raman Spectroscopy at Screening Scale and answer your questions next month on March 8.
Polymorphism in pharmaceutical active compounds (API) play a crucial role in final particle properties such as bioavailability, morphology, and dissolution rate with direct effect on important downstream decisions. Several methods can be used to detect and differentiate different polymorphs such as FTIR, XRPD and single crystal; however, Raman spectroscopy can be used in situ to monitor real time polymorphic transformations.
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