Chemical Imaging

Chemical imaging (as quantitative – chemical mapping) is the logical capacity to make a visual image of segments movement from simultaneous estimation of spectra and spatial, time information. Hyper spectral imaging measures abutting spectral bands, rather than multispectral imaging which measures separated spectral bands. The rule thought - for chemical imaging, the investigator may take a similar number of information go measured at a particular chemical segment in spatial area at time; this is useful for chemical conspicuous proof and evaluation. Then again, picking an image plane at a particular information extend (PCA - multivariable information of wavelength, spatial area at time) can plot spatial scattering of test segments; gave that their spectral imprints are unmistakable at the picked information go. Programming for chemical imaging is most specific and perceived from chemical techniques, for instance, chemo metrics.

  • Mid-Infrared Chemical Imaging
  • Near-Infrared Chemical Imaging
  • Raman Chemical Imaging
  • Shelf life and stability studies
  • Detection Limit
  • Data Analysis
  • Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in drugs
  • Drug targeting and rational drug design
  • Computer aided drug designing (CADD)
  • Bio markers in drug designing

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