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The Nicolet RaptIR FTIR Microscope from Thermo Fisher Scientific Corp. is a Fourier Transform Infrared (FTIR) device that produces high-quality visual images for the drug discovery, design, and manufacturing processes of the pharmaceutical industry.

The technology enables researchers to obtain measurements throughout the full IR spectrum for organic and inorganic compounds. It features an enhanced ability to rapidly locate and identify trace materials, inclusions, impurities, and microparticles along with the distribution of these materials within samples. It produces improved drug efficacy and optimal dosing, with the ability to identify ingredient distribution in solid, oral, and inhaled dosage forms.


Photonics Spectra
May 2022
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