Imaging rapidly analyses drugs

February 2005
Vision Systems Design;Feb2005, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p10
Features the MatrixNIR chemical imaging systems from Spectral Dimensions. Inclusion of multiplicative scatter correction preprocessing algorithm in the system; Advantage of the system over other near-infrared analyzers; Use of the system to improve over-the-counter pain medication analysis.


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