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.
Cannabis flower must be filtered prior to HPLC or LCMS analysis. This note presents an evaluation of syringe filters used during the sample preparation process.
This isocratic LC-UV analysis of cannabinoids provides complete resolution of 16 cannabinoids, allowing accurate quantitative potency and profile data to be reported.
This application note demonstrates a simple way to test the CBD and THC in Cannabis Extraction industry by PERSEE HPLC with a simple configuration, isocratic pump and UV detector.
Patient and consumer safety is a critical factor during manufacturing of your products. In addition, false test results in product quality testing can lead to unnecessary scrapping of batches and product recalls. Good pipetting practices using filtered and pure pipette tips help ensure contamination-free pipetting to prevent contamination during sample preparation, ensuring true test results and patient and consumer safety
This application note outlines a QuEChERS extraction approach coupled with either traditional dSPE clean-up versus UCT’s dSPE clean-up in a 96 wellplate format.
Pre-made, multi-component CRM mixtures save time and consumable cost in the preparation of standard curves and improve quantitation accuracy.