The solution cocrystallization methods are best applied while using Crystal16 and/or Crystalline instrumentation. The technology brought to you by these two systems helps you to run multiple experiments in parallel in a controlled manner. The Crystal16 allows your chemists to quickly understand the effect of multiple cocrystallization methods, solvents and coformers on your cocrystal formation with the in-situ turbidity probes. In addition, the Crystalline system will also answer the most pressing questions on co-crystallization with the help of particle viewing, particle size and Raman analysis. The two instruments are meant to make researchers all over the world more successful by providing advanced technology solutions for crystallization and more specifically for cocrystallization.
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