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Wet Analysis

The wet chemical analysis utilizes the stoichiometric method such as the gravimetric method and the volumetric method ensuring the precise and accurate (quantitative) chemical analysis of the sample. This method is widely used in determining the major components with high accuracy and precision and in checking the accuracy of standard specimens and reagents for instrument analysis.



Instrumental analysis is a field of analytical chemistry that investigates analytes using scientific instruments such as GC-FID, UV-Visible spectrophotometer, AAS, HPTLC  and Flame photometer.


Herbal Authentication

Herb authentication is a  process that ensures the correct plant species and plant parts are used as raw materials for herbal medicines. The proper authentication of herbal raw materials is critically important to the safety and efficacy of herbal medicines.Macroscopic and microscopic examinations can be used as rapid and inexpensive identification techniques.


New Product Development

It is the process of bringing  new products to the marketplace due to changes in consumer preferences, increasing competition and advances in technology or to capitalize on a new opportunity.


Pilot Plant

A  pee-commercial production system that employs new production technology and/or produces small volumes of new technology-based products, mainly for the purpose of learning about the new technology.


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