Improve Your Pharmaceutical Workflows with Innovative UV-Vis Spectroscopy

May 22, 2024
8:00 a.m. PDT, 11:00 a.m. EDT, 16:00 BST, 17:00 CEST
Duration: 60 Minutes


UV-Vis spectroscopy is a mature technology used to analyze, characterize, and quantify pharmaceutical and biological samples such as active pharmaceutical ingredients, DNA/RNA, and proteins for many decades. The use of UV-Vis has been limited by the workflow needed to make these measurements efficiently. Recent advances in UV-Vis spectroscopy focus on enhancing lab productivity, offering ease of use, and providing multiple accessories designed specifically for application needs. Pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical materials have become more sophisticated in life science research  and the technology used for analysis should evolve too. This webinar will highlight the new Agilent Cary 3500 Flexible UV-Vis spectrophotometer and its capabilities in improving workflows in the pharmaceutical industry. 

Key Learning Objectives:
  • Use of the double beam Cary 3500 Flexible UV-Vis spectrophotometer for analyzing liquid and solid samples
  • See how wide linear dynamic range allows direct measurement of highly absorbing samples, minimizing sample prep time and increasing efficiency and accuracy.
  • Use of a variable pathlength cell holder to measure impurities in ethanol as outlined in pharmacopeias (UPS, EP, and JP)
  • Use of a solid sample accessory kit to determine spectral transmission measurements of plastic pharmaceutical containers in accordance with USP <671>.
Who Should Attend:
  • Pharma/biopharma QA/QC laboratory analysts and laboratory managers
  • Chemical and Energy laboratory analysis and laboratory managers
  • Academia
  • Scientist and post-graduates

Brought to you by:
Agilent Technologies


Geethika Weragoda
Application Scientist,
Agilent Technologies Australia Pty Ltd
Ann Thayer
Contributing Editor,
C&EN Media Group


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