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Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (NIRS): Metrohm Publishes New Application Notes

Published: Monday, March 25, 2013
Last Updated: Monday, March 25, 2013
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Metrohm publishes 9 new Application Notes on near-infrared analysis of various matrices for key-information (qualitative and quantitative). The new applications are freely available from the Metrohm website.

The new ANs are:

Metrohm_NIR_AppNotes.gifAN-NIR-001 Determination of active ingredients in solid (pharmaceutical) dosage forms utilizing solid-state standard additions

AN-NIR-002 Nondestructive, single tablet analysis using the NIRS XDS RapidContent Analyzer

AN-NIR-003 Analysis of copolymer levels in polymer pellets by near-infrared spectroscopy

AN-NIR-004 Determination of additives in polymer pellets by near-infrared spectroscopy

AN-NIR-005 Determination of finish on nylon fibers by near-infrared spectroscopy

AN-NIR-006 Near-infrared analysis of polyols

AN-NIR-007 Near-infrared analysis of polyols: process monitoring in a hostile environment

AN-NIR-008 Analysis of lignin in wood pulp

AN-NIR-009 Determination of hardwood/softwood content in wood products by near-infrared spectroscopy

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