Analysis of Incoming Materials in Pharmaceutical Warehouses
Sponsored by: B&W Tek
- Pharmaceutical Warehouses
- Incoming Materials
Date: 25 January
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
New analytical tools to expand analysis capabilities of incoming materials in warehouses
The introduction and use of handheld Raman in pharmaceutical warehouses has increased dramatically in the past decade. Today, Raman is a well-established technique with a broad installation base. Recently, a new chapter specifically on Raman has been added to or is in the works for all of the major pharmacopoeias, which reflects the acceptance of this technology in the industry. This webinar will present where handheld Raman is most commonly used, and where other techniques –Raman or LIBS- complement and improve upon analysis efforts in the warehouses and beyond.
This webinar will present the strengths of Raman handheld devices and will analyse the capabilities and purposes for such devices. We will then present the limitations of handheld Raman devices, such as packaging concerns, and how new techniques may help overcome such challenges to extend the analytical capabilities of materials identification in the warehouses.
Additionally, we will discuss the difficulties of substances that are not Raman active, such as monatomic salts (e.g. NaCl), and how new technologies such as LIBS complement Raman to further improve identification analysis efforts in the warehouse.
The introduction of a number of new spectroscopy tools (Raman or LIBS) expands the analytical capabilities in warehouse settings. The complementary capabilities of handheld Raman, portable Raman, and handheld LIBS allow companies to analyse the vast majority of products requiring analysis in the pharmaceutical market. Customers interested in reducing the laboratory’s load in routine identification analysis or interested in expanding their analytical capabilities in their warehouse will find this webinar of their interest.
Dr. Enrique Lozano Diz,
Dr. Enrique Lozano Diz is a spectroscopy expert with a focus on Raman instrumentation, having worked in the analytical pharmaceutical equipment space for the past 13 years, first at Perkin Elmer before joining B&W Tek in 2012.
He received his Ph.D in Chemistry from the University of Neuchatel after getting his masters in inorganic chemistry at the University of Sevilla. Dr. Lozano is currently involved in business development and account management at B&W Tek for its mobile spectroscopy solutions.
Key Learning Objectives
- Learn about options for incoming materials analysis
- Expand knowledge on strengths, weaknesses, and differentiation between various analytical techniques
- Gain an understanding of how to effectively conduct analysis outside of the lab
- Learn about Raman and LIBS technology
- QA Managers
- Product Managers