This application note details a quick and thorough sample preparation and instrument method for quantifying cannabinoids of interest in marijuana flower.
This application note demonstrates a simple way to test the heavy metals in cannabis by PERSEE’s PF7 heavy metal analyzer. Compared to ICP and ICP-MS you still can achieve lower detection limits, better repeatability with significant lower running cost, and a more simple operation.
The scope of this study was to analyze various legal hemp products for heavy metals and use hemp as a model for methods development for restricted products. Samples were digested using microwave digestion and analyzed by ICP-OES and ICP-MS.
Steep Hill, the global leader in cannabis science, genetics, research, testing, and analytics headquartered in Berkeley, California, announced plans this week to expand into the global cannabis market.
This application note describes the benefits of closed vessel microwave digestion in sample prep for heavy metals testing in cannabis.
A pesticide screening and quantitation approach for 214 pesticide residues in cannabis. The methodology uses a single extraction and validated workflows using LC–MS/MS and GC–MS/MS.
Like cannabis, hemp oil may be analyzed easily and effectively for its cannabinoid content. This application note highlights the use of a high sensitivity HPLC method to determine 11 important cannabinoids, including CBD, in hemp oil.
This application note demonstrates automated cannabis testing methods for plant and microbial DNA isolation, plant gender determination, and detection of pathogens.
This application note demonstrates how easily trace element analysis of cannabis and associated products can be performed using the Agilent 7800 ICP-MS.
The cannabis industry has been taking a hard look at the science behind their products and the various contaminants that can inadvertently be added to consumer goods.