Analytical Imaging Papers From Malvern® Instruments Contributors At EAS 2007
Malvern, UK - Specialists from Malvern® Instruments' analytical imaging team will give papers at the forthcoming Eastern Analytical Symposium, which this year takes place from 12-15 November 2007 in Somerset, NJ.
In one of the opening sessions Dr Suzanne Hudak will present A New Chemical Imaging System Designed for Routine Analytical Chemical Imaging Applications, a paper co-authored by Drs Janie Dubois, Linda Kidder and Neil Lewis.
Also making a presentation on Monday 12 November, as part of a session on Vibrational Spectrometric Imaging, Dr Neil Lewis will discuss Performance and Quality Assessments of Pharmaceutical Products Using Quantitative Optical Imaging. Colleagues
Tomasz Sadowski and Kenneth S. Haber are co-authors on this paper.
Malvern Instruments' near infrared chemical imaging (NIR-CI) systems are designed to provide product continuity from R&D to QA/QC environments. NIR-CI is the most practical implementation of chemical imaging - large format arrays, solid state spectral filters and the ability to image samples over a wide range of magnifications are key distinguishing factors that differentiate it from other chemical imaging modalities.
Malvern's award winning SyNIRgi™ system, launched earlier this year, builds on the highly successful Sapphire/NIRCI-2450 platform from Spectral Dimensions, the company that was acquired in 2006 by Malvern Instruments. This next generation NIR-CI system adds significant additional capability in terms of data acquisition speed and new sampling options, setting a new performance standard. It also accommodates an even larger imaging area and offers improved automation capabilities.
SOURCE: Malvern Instruments