Pharma regulations require sulfated ashing and moisture analysis to accurately determine formulation. Examples include analysis of inorganic impurities in organic fillers and moisture content in final pill products. Historically, both of these methods have been manually performed with high risks to both personal safety and data quality.
Traditional sulfated ash methods bring an additional level of risk due to exposure to acid, acid vapors, and open flame. Reducing exposure to harmful conditions without sacrificing test quality should be the focus of any pharmaceutical company. In this webinar, a safer, more accurate means to determine both ash and moisture content will be discussed.
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Who Should Attend:
Anyone interested in increasing the safety level of their pharmaceutical laboratory, including, but not limited to, R&D Directors/Managers/Scientists, Lab Managers, and Health & Safety Managers.
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