A pesticide screening and quantitation approach for 214 pesticide residues in cannabis. The methodology uses a single extraction and validated workflows using LC–MS/MS and GC–MS/MS.
Like cannabis, hemp oil may be analyzed easily and effectively for its cannabinoid content. This application note highlights the use of a High Sensitivity HPLC method to determine 11 important cannabinoids, including CBD, in hemp oil.
This application note describes the benefits of closed vessel microwave digestion in sample prep for heavy metals testing in cannabis.
Milestone’s ETHOS UP with MAXI-44 high throughput rotor offers multiple benefits for sample preparation in trace metals analyses of cannabis plants and derivatives, yielding excellent recoveries of heavy metals.
Explore how PerkinElmer helped Juniper Labs become a fully accredited cannabis laboratory. Partnering to successfully navigating the certification process through expertise management, capital expenditures, designing a detailed plan for success and achieve accreditation.
In this study, an automated high-throughput filtration method, using the [MPE]2—Monitored Multi-flow, Positive Pressure Evaporative Extraction module—from Hamilton Robotics, was evaluated for cannabinoid analysis in multiple matrices.
The Fritsch PULVERISETETE 19 is utilized to finely mill cannabis plant material in preparation for SFE processes. The efficient and precise reduction in particle size optimizes oil output and formulation.
This study looked at the contamination of cannabis hemp and spice nutraceuticals by lead using microwave digestion ICP-MS analysis to determine lead contamination or adulteration.
Cannabis testing labs typically analyze for the 5 to 10 most common cannabinoids. This method targets 11 cannabinoids, including THCV, with an instrument cycle time of less than 10 minutes. The high efficiency chromatography produces sharp chromatographic peaks for the best overall sensitivity.