In this study, six different brands of CBD oil pet supplements were obtained and untargeted analyses using gas phase-time of flight mass spectrometry were performed.
Up in Smoke: The Naked Truth for LC–MS/MS and GC–MS/MS Technologies for the Analysis of Certain Pesticides in Cannabis Flower
A study using LC-qTOF, GCqTOF, and GC–MS/MS to evaluate the selectivity of a model pesticide commonly found in regulatory target lists.
An in depth look at the process behind terpene analysis in medical marijuana
Lake Superior State University (LSSU) announced a strategic partnership with Agilent Technologies to facilitate education and research in cannabis chemistry and analysis through the LSSU Cannabis Center of Excellence (CoE).
Leveraging Selectivity and Efficiency to Take the Strain Out of LC–UV Method Development for Cannabinoid Profiling
Here the LC–UV separation of 16 cannabinoids of interest was performed while the potential impact from minor cannabinoids and terpenes on reported potency values was monitored.
Dr. Les Brown, Managing Director of AECS-QuikPrep Ltd., recently spoke to us about the benefits of countercurrent chromatography (CCC) compared to other methods as well as the work his company has been doing to advance the technique for their clients in the cannabis industry.
LC–MS/MS with ESI and APCI Sources for Meeting California Cannabis Pesticide and Mycotoxin Residue Regulatory Requirements
How two different LC–MS/MS methods with ESI and APCI were used for low-level analysis of 72 pesticides
As more states legalize cannabis, increasingly stringent testing requirements are being developed on the state level for pesticide and mycotoxin levels in cannabis products.
The cannabis industry has been taking a hard look at the science behind their products and the various contaminants that can inadvertently be added to consumer goods.
Consumption of cannabis or cannabis-based products is currently legal in some form in 29 states in the United States plus the District of Columbia.