The Agilent 1220 Infinity II LC system offers reliable and robust profiling and quantification for 11 of the most commonly targeted cannabinoids found in marijuana (Cannabis Sativa) and products such as edible foodstuffs derived from the plant material. The method was tested and vetted on two independent 1220 Infinity II LC systems.
This application note demonstrates the performance of the CEM MARS One for digestion of mixed cannabis containing products in a single run for elemental analysis.
Remove all pesticides and other contaminants from cannabis and hemp extracts without significant cannabinoid loss using proprietary, cost-effective KDM method.
The fast-paced and growing market of THC- and CBD-infused beverages provides several challenges for a formulator. Aside from working in an entirely new market with new materials, guidelines are not yet in place to monitor and regulate the potency of such beverages as they age – the destabilization of the oil inside of the beverage can create zones where the dosage is higher than in other regions. Chromatographic techniques require an invasive process to quantify this stability. Here, we will show how the Static Multiple Light Scattering technique utilized in the Turbiscan device can be used to quantify the volume fraction evolution of a destabilizing THC-infused emulsion and letdown beverage.
Microwave Sample Prep for heavy metals determination in cannabis plants, concentrates and edibles for medical applications
- LC-MS/MS multiresidue pesticide solutions meet cannabis testing regulations
- Meets California and Canadian cannabis regulations on a single platform