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Identification of Counterfeit Medicines Using Raman Spectroscopy

The video shows Katherine Bakeev, Director of Applications Support Service for B&W Tek, discussing the use of Raman Spectroscopy for counterfeit antimalarial detection. The video presents various instances around the world where counterfeit medicines have been used. The portable Raman spectroscopy is easy to use and can be taken to the field to quickly identify counterfeit medicines. Further, the Raman spectra of various standard drugs measured using the handheld NanoRam Raman spectrometer is also discussed.

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