The Niagara Rapid Rinse is the simplest, lowest-cost method of improving throughput for ICP-MS applications. Time saved with the Niagara is typically 30%, with little to no changes to the current method settings and no degradation in performance.
As the cannabis market grows, interest in more detailed analysis of cannabinoid profiles is expanding because more comprehensive data can be used for strain identification as well as to ensure more accurate potency testing. The LC-UV method shown here uses a Raptor ARC-18 column to fully resolve 16 major and most frequently observed minor cannabinoids for which commercial standards are available.
Note discusses pesticide screening and testing using the QuEChERS method and LCMSMS
This application note describes the key features of a validated microbial test method for cannabis products that conforms to globally recognized standards.
• The regulatory environment for cannabis providers presents challenges
• A well-developed method on the right equipment can meet these challenges
Powdery mildew (PM) is one of the cannabis plant’s most notorious pathogens. If PM has infected the facility, TwinOxide can eradicate PM infection and prevent recurrence of PM infection in only a few treatments.
This application note demonstrates rapid automated extraction and LC/GC analysis of over 400 pesticides from cannabis flower.