Raman Spectroscopy for Pharmaceutical Process Analytical Technology: Real-Time Monitoring of Polymer Film-based Drug Continuous Manufacturing Process

Raman spectroscopic technologies are broadly used for material characterization in research and industrial applications. One particular area that has seen great development in the last decade is using Raman spectroscopy as a powerful process analytical technologies (PAT) for real-time pharmaceutical manufacturing process monitoring. In this webinar, sponsored by Teledyne Princeton Instruments, we will present some recent developments of spectroscopic technologies and industrial applications. We will present research work on Raman spectroscopy for film-based drug dosage manufacturing.

Apr 25th, 2019
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Raman spectroscopic technologies are broadly used for material characterization in research and industrial applications. One particular area that has seen great development in the last decade is using Raman spectroscopy as a powerful process analytical technologies (PAT) for real-time pharmaceutical manufacturing process monitoring. In this webinar, sponsored by Teledyne Princeton Instruments, we will present some recent developments of spectroscopic technologies and industrial applications. We will present research work on Raman spectroscopy for film-based drug dosage manufacturing.

Robust and flexible prediction models were developed and tested for in-line measurement of strip film loaded with API. Improvement of the prediction models was achieved through using particle engineering tool, studying impact of surface modification and particle sizes.

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