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RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser literature

Product note

  • Product note:  RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser Product note: RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser

    The RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser is a compact benchtop Raman imaging system that redefines formulation analysis. It is easy to use, yet gives rich chemical information. Designed exclusively for the pharmaceutical industry, the RA802 rapidly obtains detailed information on the distribution of chemical species. With unique LiveTrack™ focus-tracking technology, it can efficiently analyse uneven, curved, or rough surfaces at incredible speeds and without any sample preparation.

Technical note

  • Technical note:  LiveTrack focus-tracking technology Technical note: LiveTrack focus-tracking technology

    LiveTrack focus-tracking technology maintains optimum focus for both white light and Raman imaging to give stunning 3D images. It is used in Renishaw’s inVia™ Qontor® confocal Raman microscope, and RA802 and RA816 analysers.

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Application notes

White papers

  • White paper:  Finding fakes – using Raman imaging to identify counterfeit medicines White paper: Finding fakes – using Raman imaging to identify counterfeit medicines

    Identifying counterfeit drugs has become an area of increasing focus for regulatory authorities and also for pharmaceutical companies. Raman spectroscopy is highly specific and can differentiate between materials with similar chemical structures. This specificity makes Raman well-suited to identifying counterfeits which often use similar components to the reference product.

  • White paper:  Methods for deformulating drugs White paper: Methods for deformulating drugs

    In this white paper we look at reverse engineering existing drug products using Raman imaging. We show that the Renishaw RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser can be used to successfully characterise innovator and generic products and facilitate deformulation activities, and can characterise the components, concentrations, particle sizes and distributions of the innovator formulation, allowing generic followers to adjust their processes in order to create equivalent products, or products which are strategically different.