In this application note, we present the sample preparations and experimental conditions for the analysis of Canadian cannabis pesticides. Method performance data is shown that demonstrates the successful analysis of the Canadian cannabis pesticides in a flower matrix.
In this application note, we present the most commonly observed errors and challenges when analyzing pesticides in cannabis products and suggestions on how to avoid or correct these issues.
-Analysis of the Fast-5 pesticides
-New directions in terpenes testing
-FAQs about pesticides analysis in cannabis testing
Isolation of eight common cannabinoids for the determination of analytical cannabis content.
Water is found in all cannabis products, and too little or too much can alter its properties. Controlling the moisture content will lead to a more reliable product.
To assist in optimizing for high throughput while maintaining sensitivity and resolution, this application demonstrates a sub-five-minute gradient method utilizing LC-MS/MS.
Cannabis is available in numerous forms, making the development of rugged, quantitatively accurate methods a challenge. This study optimizes a quantitative chromatographic determination of 15 cannabinoids using an HPLC analyzer.
An HPLC method for the testing of CBD oils. The DLC-10 is a small footprint, easy-to-use and low-cost HPLC system. An isocratic assay offers reliability and ease of use.
Potency testing and cannabinoid profiling are high-demand tests that can be improved by increasing speed, expanding analyte lists, and reducing costs.
UCT’s Selectra® C18 Column provides for a simple and robust method for the detection and quantitation of 16 cannabinoids in hemp and cannabis samples.