Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a structural analysis method that is invaluable for the verification of chemical synthesis and compounds. It aides in the identification of organic and biological compounds, providing both qualitative and quantitative information on the sample.
Within the pharmaceutical industry, NMR spectroscopy is typically used in early-stage research and development but can also be helpful in manufacturing quality control laboratories to confirm the presence of target molecules, determine the structure and amount of unknown impurities to characterize raw materials for batch release or to initialize a production run.
NMR spectroscopy can play a vital role at each step of the development process, helping to ensure the production of effective and safe drug products.
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