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Cannabis Analysis Challenges: One Size Does Not Fit All

sponsored by UCT

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July 30, 2020 | 2pm EDT

UCT and AltaSci have partnered together in presenting the vast analytical challenges faced in the cannabis and hemp marketplace. Specifically, the diversity of matrix encountered does not afford a one size fits all approach. Today’s webinar will explore various sample clean-up options for flower, edibles, and concentrates and will also showcase how each matrix requires its own tailor-made extraction to ensure overall data accuracy and repeatability. By tapping on UCT’s diverse sorbent chemistry offerings in addition to AltaSci’s experience in full pharmaceutical grade testing for 75% of the licensed production facilities in Connecticut, an exhaustive cannabis analysis will be co-presented.

Learning Objectives of Webinar

  • Sample clean-up is highly dependent upon the matrix of analysis.
  • Different sorbent chemistries can provide varying levels of sample clean-up and analyte recovery.
  • UCT offers a diverse sorbent chemistry arsenal to work with labs in solving their cannabis challenges.

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