an alternative spectroscopy technique for biopharmaceutical applications
Vitaly Buckin, Evgeny Kudryashov, Breda O'Driscoll
Pharmaceutical Technology Europe, Vol.14 No.12, pp. 33-37 (2002)
High-resolution ultrasonic spectroscopy is a novel technique for the direct and non-destructive analysis of the intrinsic properties of materials. It is now possible to measure both ultrasonic attenuation and ultrasonic velocity to a very high resolution in a broad range of sample types and volumes, thus greatly expanding the applications for this technique.