The Process Analytical Technology initiative and multivariate process analysis, monitoring and control

Kourti, Theodora
March 2006
Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry;Mar2006, Vol. 384 Issue 5, p1043
Academic Journal
Process analytical technology is an essential step forward in pharmaceutical industry. Real-time analyzers will provide timely data on quality properties. This information combined with process data (temperatures, flow rates, pressure readings) collected in real time can become a powerful tool for this industry, for process understanding, process and quality monitoring, abnormal situation detection and for improving product quality and process reliability. A very important tool for this achievement is the multivariate analysis.


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