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The Analytical Spectroscopy Technology Forum

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December 1st, 15:00 GMT

Welcome to the Light Show! The march of spectroscopy seems unrelenting – with each new advance or adaptation bringing a new application or capability to the analytical party.

At one end of the spectrum (pun intended), spectroscopy-based tools are finding their way into some of the most routine/applied environments; for example, handheld Raman for bulk powder analysis in the pharma supply chain or mid-IR for bioprocess analytics. At the other end of the spectrum (and especially in combination with microscopy), spectroscopic tools are enabling analytical scientists to make new measurements and seek answers to new questions.

Here, we shine a light on the wonderful field of spectroscopy by bringing together four application experts from some of the world’s top manufacturers..

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