Gain a sound understanding of solid state characterization of organic molecules
This course is an introduction to solid state characterization of organic molecules. Techniques include x-ray powder diffraction (XRPD), thermal methods spectroscopic methods, and water uptake.
For each technique, basic theory is presented along with its application to organic molecules. Information on instrumentation, sample preparation, and data analysis is included in the modules. Use of the technique to differentiate and quantitate solid forms (polymorphs) is discussed and case studies are presented to show how the measurements were used in real life situations.
Anyone who works with organic molecules, such as synthesis, crystallization, characterization, analysis, use, formulation, physical and chemical stability.
Organic chemists, process chemists, materials scientists, analytical chemists, pharmaceutical scientists, formulation scientists, patent attorneys.
Managers and supervisors who need a basic understanding of solid form characterization and how it will affect their ultimate goals will also find this course useful.
Module 1. X-Ray Powder Diffraction (XRPD)
Module 2. Thermal Methods
Module 3. Infrared (IR) Spectroscopy
Module 4. Raman Spectroscopy
Module 5. NMR Spectroscopy
Module 6. Water Sorption
On Demand course modules can be purchased a la carte for $199, each. All modules are held on a rolling basis throughout the year to accommodate your schedule and budget.
Dr. Ann Newman is currently a pharmaceutical consultant at Seventh Street Development Group with more than 20 years of large pharma and contract research experience. She teaches Polymorphism in Organic/Pharmaceutical Systems.