White Paper: Introduction to Raman Spectroscopy

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To ensure product quality and consumer safety, pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturers must verify materials throughout production. Raman spectroscopy is used to perform accurate and reliable material identification at the point of need, minimizing the need for costly and time-consuming laboratory sampling tests. Raman spectroscopy offers several advantages as an analysis technique for raw material verification and counterfeit inspection: 

  • The technique has the ability to analyze substances through glass or plastic and in aqueous solutions due to the weak Raman signal water emits. 
  • No sample preparation is required. 
  • A non-destructive point-and-shoot sampling principle facilitates rapid verification of a broad range of chemical compounds through sealed packaging to minimize the risk of contamination and exposure.

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