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CPC 250: Purification of Cannabidiol from Cannabis sativa

| Contributed by Gilson

Cannabidiol is a major component of the Cannabis sativa plant.

Purification of CBD Extracts using SFC and a Celeris™ 4-Ethyl Pyridine Column

| Contributed by Regis

There has been a growing interest in the development of therapies and other consumer products derived from cannabis and/or hemp, including CBD.

Pesticide Analysis in Oil-Based Cannabis Products using UCT's LipiFiltr®

| Contributed by UCT

Testing laboratories face the difficult task of removing a variety of unwanted matrix components from their samples prior to LC-MS or GC-MS analysis.

Microbiology and the Cannabis Industry, is your Cannabis Testing Method Truly Validated?

| Contributed by Biorad

By the end of 2025, it is estimated that the global legal marijuana market will reach sales of ~$150 billion dollars1.

Quantification of Cannabinoids in Industrial Hemp Using the Agilent 1220 Infinity II LC System

| Contributed by Agilent Technologies

Agilent offers a proven workflow for the quantification of targeted cannabinoids commonly found in hemp.

The Purification of Cannabidiol Using CPC

| Contributed by Gilson

Gilson has developed a rapid and reproducible method for purification using centrifugal partition chromatography (CPC).

Dedicated Cannabinoid Potency Testing Using the Agilent 1220 Infinity II LC System

| Contributed by Agilent Technologies

The method defines the analytical column, mobile phase modifiers, and full system parameters to separate the targeted cannabinoids in under 10 minutes

Developing the next generation of scientists through innovative gas chromatography equipment

| Contributed by Ellutia

Looking at how the innovative 200 Series gas chromatograph is being used at universities to help develop the next generation of gas chromatographers.

HPLC vs. CPC for Cannabis Testing: Choose the Right Method for Your Purification Needs

| Contributed by Gilson

The surge for the approved usage of cannabis has increased the need for improved purifi-cation and detection of cannabinoids.

Analysis of Residual Pesticides and Mycotoxins in Cannabis Using UPLC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS to Meet California Regulatory Requirements

| Contributed by Waters

This application note presents a comprehensive, sensitive and reproducible workflow for screening pesticides and mycotoxins simultaneously in cannabis

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