Malvern Experts Bring Advanced Near Infrared Chemical Imaging to FACSS 2008

Date Posted: Monday, July 28, 2008

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Experts from Malvern Instruments’ analytical imaging team will present advanced methods and new techniques using near infrared chemical imaging (NIR-CI) at this year’s Federation of Chemical and Spectroscopy Societies annual meeting.

FACSS 2008 (Sept. 28 - Oct. 2, 2008, Reno NV, USA www.facss.org) aims to bring ‘tomorrow’s analytical sciences today’, to analytical chemists and spectroscopists, and all three presentations from Malvern will certainly meet that goal.

Malvern’s Technical Director Dr E. Neil Lewis, and colleagues will present: Hybrid Analytical Approaches: Simultaneous Physical and Chemical Characterization as a Tool for Pharmaceutical Quality by Design at the Charles Mann Award Session. This paper describes a new technique for combining morphological and chemical information in a single measurement.

Other Malvern specialists will give papers on; Chemical and Morphological Imaging of Pharmaceutical Products: Measuring the Impact of Process Conditions on Finished Tablets at the Vibrational Spectroscopy, Chemical Imaging and QbD session, and Advanced Methods Characterizing Spatial Heterogeneity in Chemical Imaging Data Analysis as part of the session covering Chemometrics Along Spatial and Chemical Dimensions.

Further Information: http://www.malvern.com



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