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Meeting the need for a hands-on guide elucidating the role of molecular spectroscopy in the physical characterization of pharmaceutical solids, two experts from the industry gather theoretical discussions of infrared, Raman, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. They provide recommendations on spectral data acquisition techniques and include 600 spectra for 300 of the most commonly used excipients. Complete with references, equations, tables, and a CAS registry number index, the book covers the drug development process, including chemical identification of substances, investigative studies, competitor analysis, problem solving activities, reproduction of spectral data, and more.
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W. Paul Findlay is an Associate Research Scientist in Analytical Research and Development at the Bristol-Myers Squibb Pharmaceutical Research Institute, New Brunswick, New Jersey.Review:
Anyone working with excipients will run into spectroscopy sooner or later, and those workers will need to refer to this volume quite often....this book will be the essential information resource for every practicing spectroscopist in the pharmaceutical industry, and one would imagine that a copy would also be available in the reference section of any library with consequence.
-Pharmaceutical Development and Technology
...provides in one easy-to-use volume, valuable spectroscopic information on 300 excipients commonly used in drug formulation and production. ...This volume is certainly a worthy addition to the superb Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences Series.
- (Applied Organometallic Chemistry)
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Book Description CRC Press, 1999. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110824793730