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Application of Raman Spectroscopy for Process Control and Understanding in the Pharmaceutical Industry - Part One: Lab and Plant Applications
This is Part One of a four part series on the Application of Raman Spectroscopy for Process Control and Understanding in the Pharmaceutical Industry. The focus of Part One will be laboratory and plant applications covering both off-line and in-line methodologies. Included will be a sampling of solvent exchange data that is used to control distillations in preparation for additional process steps such as crystallization or further chemical reactions. Profiles of several chemical reactions will be covered along with chemometric model optimization and the application of the models in a plant setting.
Parts Two, Three, and Four, occurring over the next year, will focus on reaction monitoring, method qualification and method transfer, validation, data control and handling, and how we addressed engineering and plant interface concerns in scale-up and manufacturing facilities.
Kaiser Raman spectrometers have been utilized at BMS since 2001 and are deployed at several sites in the BMS network for development, process control, and process understanding. A selected sampling of BMS’ applications will be discussed during this four part series.
AIR DATE: April 5, 2012
Name: Dr. John M. Wasylyk
Title: Principal Scientist
Company: Bristol-Myers Squibb