Avoid the Pitfalls-How Cannabis Labs Can Make Sense of the Sample prep and Analytical Process for Trace Metals Analysis

June 16, 2020

Learn about the different microwave sample prep and analytical tools for trace metals analysis of cannabis samples.  Understand the various long-term factors one must consider when choosing the optimal sample prep technique and ICP-MS for your lab.

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Event Overview:
As staff at experienced cannabis testing labs will tell you, the path to performing trace metals analysis is fraught with pitfalls if you don’t know what to look for. Evaluating the features and capabilities of the microwave sample preparation and analytical tools you will use are just the tip of the iceberg. In this webcast, we will cover the full process for analyzing various cannabis samples, from the initial sample preparation to analysis by inductively coupled plasma–mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).  We’ll review the sample digestion technologies available and explain what the differences in throughput, temperature and pressure, and batching translate to your lab’s profitability long-term.  

Key Learning Objectives:
• Understand the process for analyzing various cannabis samples, from initial sample preparation to ICP-MS analysis
• See how both rotor-based and single reaction chamber sample digestion technologies can accommodate the needs of busy cannabis testing labs
• Learn the important factors for successful metals analysis in cannabis samples using ICP-MS
• Discover how you can streamline the implementation process for metals analysis with the ICP-MS Cannabis Analyzer package

Speakers: Eric Farrell, Product Specialist, Milestone Inc.
Clint Walker, ICPMS Product Specialist, Agilent Technologies

Time and Date: Tuesday, Jun. 16, 2020 at 2pm EDT | 1pm CDT | 11am PDT

On demand available after airing until  Jun. 16, 2021

Sponsors: Milestone Inc., Agilent Technologies

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