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13 September 2013

Analytical Methodologies

Generally speaking, an analytical method is a scientific analysis method consisting in finding the solution to a problem by a well defined and mathematically calculated procedure. As far as regards industry, such a document is an integral part of a specifics, that is the purchase agreement of the chemical product, and it is the document the parties are referring to in case of complaint about the product quality.


Our consulting services

  • Qualified consulting for analytical development in the chemical, bio-chemical, pharmaceutical and environmental fields whether according to traditional methods (HPLC, NIR, UV, electrochemistry) or the forefront ones (thermoanalysis, mass, ESI-APCI, SDS Page, characterization of enzymes and organic substances, samples with elaborated patterns)
  • Identification of the most suitable technological platform, of the analyst type and of the analytical problem
  • Development and validation of the whole method according to the relevant normative standards (ASTM, GLP, GMP, GAMP, ICH, HACCP, current regulations, etc.)
  • Development of NIR -Raman applications for real time and non-destructive determination of the quality parameters of the products with acquisition of the samples for the preparation of the libraries
  • Support in the preliminary work of scientific and bibliographic research and drafting of the relevant halfway reports during the study
  • Processing and analysis of data in support of the validation of the product and drafting of the validation report according to current regulations
  • Development and creation of predictive and explicative mathematical patterns

Our consulting are ideal to develop new analytical methodologies which enable companies to reduce time and costs, in compliance with current regulations.


Use cases

  • Development of new analytical methodologies in support of new products or new steps of industrial processing
  • Improvement of the productivity of the laboratory, of the plant or of the whole chain, optimizing time and cost
  • Increase in the precision of pre-existing methods ensuring a scientific approach consistent with current regulations (transfer method)


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