EPR in Pharma

What Can EPR Do?

Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) spectroscopy is the only technique for the direct and non-invasive detection of unpaired electrons in paramagnetic species (free radicals and transition metals). But perhaps one of the most important industries EPR has found a strong foothold in is pharmaceutical, where EPR can be used for:

• detecting and evaluating degradation

• optimizing stability and shelf-life

• reaction monitoring

• sterilization; and

• paramagnetic impurity profiling

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