In 2020, the USP released two new chapters on near-infrared (NIR) and Raman spectroscopy. These chapters formalize guidance for using Raman and NIR spectroscopy but stop short of explaining exactly how to implement the techniques. Implementing spectroscopy in the pharmaceutical environment under USP guidelines requires demonstrating fitness-for-purpose.
In this webinar, we hear Lucy Botros, the USP Scientific Liason for General Chapters, and Adam J. Hopkins, Spectroscopy Product Manager at Metrohm USA, as they team up to demystify how to comply with USP methods to make an analyzer or method fit-for-purpose. Lucy explains the new structure and philosophy of the spectroscopy chapters and how you qualify an instrument’s fitness-for-purpose. Adam then discusses how Metrohm NIR and Raman solutions comply with revised USP guidelines.