Pharmaceutical Excipients Matched IR/Raman Library

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Obtain high quality spectra of common pharmaceutical excipients using the Thermo Scientific™ Pharmaceutical Excipients Matched IR/Raman Library, designed for laboratories studying pharmaceutical formulations using both FT-IR and Raman.

Take the guesswork out of your spectral analysis and create greater efficiencies in your lab. Our comprehensive libraries feature fully-reviewed, high-quality spectroscopy databases, enabling confident compound identification for a variety of environmental, forensic, pharmaceutical and industrial applications.

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Description

This library provides high quality FT-IR and Raman spectra of common pharmaceutical excipients.
  • Contains 300 matched FT-IR and Raman spectra
  • All materials were tested via current United States Pharmacopoeia compendium methodology for identity and purity—only materials that passed these methods were used to create this library
  • Created in collaboration with David E. Bugay and W. Paul Findlay of Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute
  • The spectra were collected using Thermo Scientific FT-IR and FT-Raman spectrometers
  • Also available individually: FT-IR library (Part No. 834-019201) and Raman library (Part No. 834-019301)
Includes:
Textbook with explanation of spectroscopy techniques and the spectra of pharmaceutical excipients for reference use.

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Spectral library searching based on digital matching of spectral signatures is a very effective way of performing qualitative identification of compounds. Because FT-IR and Raman spectroscopic signatures are based on molecular functional groups, even if the exact compound is not present in the libraries, the list of matching compounds from a spectral library search can often lead to identification, or at least classification, of the material.
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