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New Developments in SERS for the Pharmaceutical Industry

With advances in surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) technology, the accepted advantages of Raman analysis specificity, speed of measurement, application to aqueous systems and ease of sampling can now be transferred to a range of pharmaceutical applications that were previously the domain of HPLC and GCMS techniques.

Ewen Smith, Graeme McNay, David Eustace, Alastair McInroy and Karen Fitchett, Renishaw Diagnostics Ltd (September 2010)

Keywords: surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) technology Raman analysis specificity speed measurement, application aqueous systems sampling transferred pharmaceutical applications HPLC GCMS techniques

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