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Editors’ Series Exploring Chemical Constituents in Cannabis Using Nontargeted GC and GCxGC with TOFMS

March 24, 2020

We know cannabis is complex, so where do we start. Nontargeted screening provides a wealth of information about the chemical constituents that are found in cannabis samples. This presentation demonstrates technology that takes us one step closer to answering “what’s all in there?”
Live: Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 11am EDT | 8am PDT | 3pm GMT | 4pm CET
On demand available after airing until Mar. 24, 2021 
Register Free: http://www.cannabissciencetech.com/cst_w/exploring

High Throughput Analysis of Cannabinoids by LC-UV

October 9, 2019

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.

High Throughput Analysis of Cannabinoids by LC-UV

August 13, 2019

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.

Analysis of Synthetic Cannabinoids and Metabolites

June 13, 2019

As shown here, the retention and selec¬tivity of the Raptor Biphenyl column allow new drugs to be added to an existing method, providing labs with an important vehicle for improving efficiency and productivity.  

Analysis of Synthetic Cannabinoids and Metabolites: Adding New Compounds to an Existing LC-MS/MS Method

April 2, 2019

The analysis of synthetic cannabinoids and their metabolites can be a difficult and challenging task. Keeping up with the ever-growing list of synthetic cannabinoids that illicit drugmakers produce further complicates the analysis. As shown here, the retention and selectivity of the Raptor Biphenyl column allow new drugs to be added to an existing method, providing labs with an important vehicle for improving efficiency and productivity.