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Spectroscopy of Pharmaceutical Solids
edited by Harry G. Brittain

Spectroscopy of Pharmaceutical Solids studies the underlying principles and physics of a wide range of spectroscopic techniques utilized in the pharmaceutical sciences and demonstrates various applications for each method analyzed in the text-showing how knowledge of the mechanisms of spectroscopic phenomena may facilitate more advanced technologies in the field.

Features:

  • Explains how spectroscopy is used to establish the structure, behavior, and analytical characteristics of drug substances, compounds, and formulations
  • Provides a solid foundation to the underlying principles of each spectroscopic technique, a clear understanding of the physics behind each technology, and detailed guidance on the optimization and application of each spectroscopic method
  • Examines the latest advances in X-ray absorption, fluorescence, Raman, NIR, and NMR spectroscopy

Contents

  1. Electromagnetic Radiation and Spectroscopy
  2. Spectroscopy Associated with States Derived from Core Electrons
  3. Spectroscopy Associated with Valence Electron States
  4. Spectroscopy Associated with Molecular Vibrational States
  5. Spectroscopy Associated with Nuclear Magnetic States

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Spectroscopy of Pharmaceutical Solids
edited by Harry G. Brittain
2006 592 pages $228.95 + shipping
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