Using manual titration to perform quality control of pharmaceutical raw materials, APIs, intermediates and final products invites error into very important steps of the pharmaceutical manufacturing process. With the right method development support, getting a manual titration migrated to an autotitrator is a simple process.
In this webcast, Brett Lane, Senior Chemist of Lonza’s QC laboratory in Rochester, NY shares his experience modifying manual titration methods to optimize results using autotitration. Brett uses two case studies, sodium and zinc pyrithione fungicides and bactericides, to walk through the method development and validation process. Kerri-Ann Blake, Product Manager for Titration at Metrohm, provides tips for converting manual titrations to modern automatic titrations. She also shares how it’s possible to automate colorimetric titrations and satisfy USP requirements and how to select the best system for the analysis.