NIR spectroscopy resources

Here you will learn about different applications for FT-NIR and how you can apply this technology to your analyses and quality assurance and quality control activities. Browse the bottom of this page to see how you can put Thermo Scientific NIR spectrometers to work for your specific application.

Featured NIR spectroscopy resources

Materials analysis solutions brochure

Whether you’re discovering new materials, solving analytical problems, or assuring product quality, your materials analysis instruments need to deliver the definitive answers you’re looking for—fast! In this brochure you’ll discover solutions for every type of application.

Safely accelerating drug development for brighter outcomes brochure

A complete range of spectroscopy and materials characterization tools 

Near-infrared spectroscopy additional resources

Learn more about Near-infrared spectroscopy, and the different applications the technology offers for analysis. You’ll find numerous different application notes from food and beverage to pharmaceuticals, as well as white paper, eBooks, and webinars.  

Webinar: Production efficiency and cost savings for pharma

Webinar description: Reducing costs and improving efficiency have always been a goal, but these needs are increasingly critical for pharmaceutical companies in a pandemic era. Near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy is a non-destructive analytical tool that provides solutions from drug development to the QA/QC lab, and in at-line, on-line, or continuous manufacturing processes. Its potential in the pharmaceutical manufacturing value chain is still expanding. 

Webinar: Ensuring integrity of drug formulation from development to QC

Webinar description: After a small molecule has been identified as a viable drug candidate, substantial testing is required to assure that chemical and structural integrity are preserved throughout the drug development process to maintain its functionality. To keep a balance between quality and manufacturability, time-consuming and labor-intensive testing and analysis are required to demonstrate that chemical integrity is intact. Among the techniques used to study changes in chemical integrity are infrared and Raman spectroscopy.