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Centrifugal Partition Chromatography: The Key to Green Preparative Chromatography

| Contributed by Gilson

As a long-standing provider in the field of chromatography, Gilson is actively involved in the search and qualification of green methods.

Cannabinoid Potency in Cannabis Oil and Medical Marijuana by GC-FID

| Contributed by SCION Instruments

A GC-FID method for the identification and quantification of neutral cannabinoids in cannabis oil and medical marijuana

The Benefits of a Four-Stage Wiped-Film Still for Processing Cannabis

| Contributed by Pope Scientific

The concept of two passes for the distillation of cannabinoids is understood by many.  So why four passes?

Isolation of CBD

| Contributed by Pope Scientific

CBD isolation is performed by many processors to create a THC-free product for their end-user for a variety of reasons.

HPLC Method to Differentiate Four THC Stereoisomers: (6aR,9R)-Δ10-THC, (6aR,9S)-Δ10-THC, 9(R)-Δ6a,10a-THC, and 9(S)-Δ6a,10a-THC

| Contributed by Cayman Chemical

As the primary phytocannabinoid associated with psychoactive properties, Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ9-THC) is crucial to analytical Cannabis testing.

Are You Still High?

| Contributed by Hamilton

In humans, cytochrome P450 contains three primary enzymes involved in the metabolism of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (CYP2C9, CYP2C19, CYP3A4).

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

Analysis of Pesticides in Cannabis Sativa Matrix

| Contributed by Jeol

Pesticides in Cannabis sativa matrix were analyzed using the JEOL JMS-TQ4000GC gas chromatograph triple-quadrupole mass spectrometer.

The Science Behind the Perfect Joint

| Contributed by FRITSCH

How to engineer pre-rolls for an even and enjoyable smoke

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

Determination of Pesticide and Mycotoxin Residues in Dried Cannabis Flower

| Contributed by Waters

The methodology presented is suitable to determine pesticides and mycotoxins currently regulated by any of the US states or Canada.

Testing & Processing Terpene & residual solvent analysis

Terpenes in Hemp and Cannabis Determined Using EI GC-MS/MS

| Contributed by Waters

Terpenes are produced by a wide variety of plants serving such purposes as attracting pollinators and deterring herbivores.

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