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Homogenization and Characterization of Cannabidiol (CBD) Isolates

Background

Solid isolates of CBD may be created as a non-homogenous “cake” of material, or as a mixture of loosely associated granules comprising a wide particle size distribution. Creating material suitable for consumption or subsequent formulation in other products typically requires particle size reduction and/or homogenization. Confirmation of particle size distribution of a given sample may be achieved via traditional sieving methods, or by use of a particle size analyzer.

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