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Fourier transform infrared mapping to determine the distribution of active ingredients in pharmaceutical formulations
A basic problem in pharmaceutical manufacturing is that a relatively simple formulation can produce widely varying therapeutic performance depending upon how the ingredients are distributed in the final matrix. Many methods ...
Remote infrared spectroscopy detection of highly energetic materials
An Open-Path Standoff Detection System was designed using a telescope coupled to a EM27 Fourier Transform infrared spectrometer equipped with a mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) cryocooled detector. Samples of highly energetic ...
Vibrational spectroscopy studies of biomolecular systems: from amino acids to microorganisms
Vibrational spectroscopy: infrared and Raman, was applied to the study of two amino acids and ten bacterial strains with the purpose of developing rapid methods of identification and discrimination. Use of spectroscopic ...
Theoretical and experimental vibrational and NMR studies of α and β-RDX
Cyclic nitramine hexahydro-1,3,5-trinitro-s-triazine (RDX), is an important energetic ingredient for propellants and explosives. To understand RDX explosive nature, the molecular structure needs to be examined in detail. ...