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This workshop is designed to introduce the major applications of microscopy in pharmaceutical development: polymorphism, particle size analysis, contaminant identification, and glass corrosion.

 

Details

Please contact us if you would like to take this workshop.

 

Targeted Participants

This course is intended for the intermediate level analyst who is skilled at some of the microscopy techniques but needs training in other techniques and in interpretation.

 

The EMS Microscopy Academy
Located in Hatfield, Pennsylvania, the Academy provides electron microscopy classes, workshops and training sessions for all fields of microscopy, including materials science and biological science.

 

Format

Lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice, as well as round table table tips and tricks discussion. Participants are encouraged to bring their own samples, if possible.

 

Main Curriculum

  • Polymorphism: using Polarized light and thermal microscopy
  • Ir and Raman Microspectroscopy
  • Size and shape analysis: using OLM, SEM/EDS, and fluorescence with image analysis
  • Contamination identification and glass corrosion analysis: using polarized and scanning microscopes
  • EDS and Microspectroscopy

 

Instruments Available

  • Polarizing Light Microscope
  • Hitachi S3500 SEM
  • Image Analysis Software
  • Linkam Thermal Microscope
  • Bruker Esprit (SDD)
  • IR and Raman Microscopes

 

Enrollment Note
Registration will be limited to a maximum of 15 participants.
EMS will provide samples to those who prefer not to bring their own.

Pharmaceutical Microscopy: Applications

SKU: R5
$1,200.00Price
  • This workshop is designed to introduce the major applications of microscopy in pharmaceutical development: polymorphism, particle size analysis, contaminant identification, and glass corrosion.

    The workshop is conducted over three days with a mixture of theory, demonstrations and hands-on work. The course is designed to prepare the student to apply microscopy to solve solid-state pharmaceutical issues. The emphasis is on the practical use of the microscope.