Instrumentation

Instrumentation refers to the specialized tools and equipment utilized in various stages of drug development, production, quality control, and analysis.

In today’s competitive landscape, instrumentation plays a pivotal role in ensuring product quality, safety, and efficacy across diverse sectors. In pharmaceuticals, precise analytical instrumentation such as HPLC, FTIR, and UV Spectrophotometer are essential tools for drug development, formulation, and quality control. Similarly, in nutraceuticals, these instruments are essential for verifying ingredient potency and ensuring product purity.

Moreover, in both allopathic and homeopathic industries, instrumentation facilitates the rigorous testing and analysis necessary to maintain stringent regulatory standards and meet patient expectations for efficacy and safety.

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1. HPLC

High-Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) is a technique used for column chromatography. In this technique, a cartridge or column is packed with a sorbent (stationary phase), and a liquid (mobile phase) is passed through the packed column ...

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2. IR Spectroscopy (FTIR/FTNIR)

Infrared spectroscopy is an analytical technique that uses infrared radiation to interact with matter. The spectrum encompasses a wide range of wavelengths, and infrared radiation falls between visible light and microwave radiation, categorized into ...

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3. UV-Vis

UV-Vis spectrophotometry is widely used in analytical chemistry, producing precise results and is commonly found in analytical, clinical, and research labs. It plays a crucial role in various scientific disciplines, relying on the interaction ...

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4. AAS

Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) is an analytical technique used to determine the presence and quantity of trace metals in various samples. Allan Walsh introduced AAS in 1955, and it has since become one of the best-known instrumental ...