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Analysis of 17 Cannabinoids in Hemp and Cannabis
HPLC separation of 17 important cannabinoids including CBD, delta 9 THC and THCA. Read the application note
UHPLC Analysis Cannabinoids Ascentis Express
As the popularity of cannabis-infused products increases, there is a growing need to characterize the type and content of the cannabinoids found in the product. This application demonstrates the ability of the Ascentis Express C18 column to baseline resolve
UHPLC Analysis of Cannabinoids on Ascentis Express C18
As the popularity of cannabis-infused products increases, there is a growing need to characterize the type and content of the cannabinoids found in the product. This application demonstrates the ability of the Ascentis Express C18 column to baseline resolve
Cannabinoid Receptors
We offer many products related to cannabinoid receptors for your research needs.
UHPLC/MS Analysis of Cannabinoids on Ascentis® Express C18
-THC solution, 1.0 mg/mL in methanol, ampule of 1 mL, certified reference material; Cannabichromene solution, 1.0 mg/mL in methanol, ampule of 1 mL, certified reference material
UHPLC/MS Analysis of Spice Cannabinoids on Titan™ C18
Synthetic cannabinoids (e.g. "Spice") are a type of designer drug that provides a cannabis-type high.
Synthetic Cannabinoid Analysis
A large variety of cannabinoid drug standards, along with an HPLC method with the Supelco Ascentis® Express RP-Amide column, are presented in this article.
UHPLC (Isocratic) Analysis of 14 Cannabinoids on Ascentis® Express C18
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid A solution, 1.0 mg/mL in acetonitrile, ampule of 1 mL, certified reference material; Cannabichromenic Acid (CBCA) solution, 1.0 mg/mL in acetonitrile, certified reference material, ampule of 1 mL
Impact of Mobile Phase Additives on LC-MS Sensitivity, Demonstrated using Spice Cannabinoids
This study demonstrates the impact of various mobile phase modifiers on the separation; formate modifiers outperform acetate in terms of MS signals (or sensitivity) and chromatographic resolution.
Analysis of Active Cannabis Compounds (Cannabinoids) in Edible Food Products: Gummy Bears and Brownies
Rapid potency testing of marijuana-infused edibles using LC/MS on a biphenyl stationary phase detected eleven cannabinoids.
Optimizing for High Throughput Analysis of Cannabinoids in a Variety of Matrices Using Ascentis® Express C18 Column
A complete workflow for the HPLC separation of 17 cannabinoids in different cannabis products using Ascentis® Express C18 Column in a shorter run time with retention time stability. Learn more here.
Cannabinoid Profiling and Potency Testing of Cannabis and Cannabis Products
Cannabis potency testing detects and measures the total content of cannabinoids (THC, CBD, and others) in a sample by using analytical techniques, such as high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled to UV or MS detector and/or GC paired with FID/MS.
Workflow for Cannabinoids Analysis in Cannabis Using Chromolith® Monolithic Silica HPLC Column Providing Low Backpressure and Extended Column Lifetime
A comprehensive high performance liquid chromatography-diode array detection (HPLC-DAD) workflow for the analysis of 14 cannabinoids in hemp bud extracts within 10 minutes using robust Chromolith® monolithic silica HPLC columns with low column back pressure.
UHPLC/MS Analysis of Cannabinoids Extracted from Raw Cannabis Sativa (Marijuana) on Ascentis® Express RP-Amide
A 100 mg sample of dried cannabis sativa leaves was extracted with 50 mL of ethanol:water (50:50, v/v) for 15 mins in an ultrasonic bath.
Cannabinoid Analysis of Hemp: Developing an Efficient HPLC Method Workflow
Several different HPLC method options are explored for the efficient and time effective analysis of cannabinoids in a sample of hemp flower. The differences between gradient and isocratic analyses are explored, and the two methods are compared in determining the
Cannabinoid Certified Reference Materials (CRMs) for an Improved Testing Accuracy and Traceability
We offer a portfolio of cannabinoid CRMs such as THC and THCA, available as single component solutions or mixes, certified in accordance with ISO 17034 and ISO/IEC 17025 for accurate cannabinoid profiling and potency testing.
HPLC Analysis of Active Cannabinoid Compounds in Gummy Bear Candy on Ascentis® Express Biphenyl with UV Detection after Extraction
Tetrahydrocannabinolic acid A solution, 1.0 mg/mL in acetonitrile, ampule of 1 mL, certified reference material.
Analysis of Active Cannabis Compounds in Edible Food Products: Gummy Bears and Brownies
Potency testing in marijuana-infused edibles is an important problem that analytical labs are facing due to the complexity of the involved matrices. Concentration of active ingredients in these edibles can range from a few parts per million to 3.5 parts
Cannabis Testing
Find quality products and complete workflow solutions for your accurate and reliable cannabis testing needs. From the identification and potency testing of cannabinoids, to testing the presence of pesticides, mycotoxins, heavy metals, terpenes, residual solvents, and moisture content in cannabis
Cannabis Testing
Cannabis analysis includes quantitation of cannabinoids, terpenes, residual pesticides and mycotoxins, heavy metals, moisture, and microbial contamination in cannabis plants and cannabis-infused products with the help of robust analytical testing methods.
Evolving CBD Regulations – Impact on Cosmetics and Skincare
While governmental regulations on cannabidiol and other cannabinoids are not yet harmonized around the globe, many countries are legalizing their use and that is a sign that the demand for CBD in cosmetics and skincare will continue to grow.
Terpenes in Cannabis: Profile and Importance
Comprehensive analytical characterization of terpene profile in cannabis and hemp products using GC-MS based workflow helps promote health and safety of cannabis producers and consumers while meeting the legal requirements.
Small Molecule HPLC
Small molecules are ions and compounds of molecular weight typically less than 900 daltons. These compounds can be effectively separated and analyzed by HPLC, UHPLC and LC-MS using mainly silica particles or monolithic stationary phases with a broad range of
Determination of CBD, 7-hydroxy, and 7-carboxy metabolites in human plasma
Development and validation of a LC-MS/MS method to determine concentration of cannabidiol (CBD) in human plasma samples with a shorter run time and no interference by two major metabolites of CBD; 7-carboxy cannabidiol and 7-hydroxy cannabidiol.
Cannabis Standards
We offer a complete portfolio of analytical standards and certified reference materials - promoting safe and effective Cannabis products to patients and consumers. We provide standards for analysis of terpenes, cannabinoids, pesticides, mycotoxins, heavy metals, and Cannabis potency testing.
Cannabis Laws and Regulations in the US and Beyond
A summary of cannabis and regulations both in the US and globally through the lens of the flavors and fragrances industry
LC-MS
Learn about columns, solvents, buffers, reagents and accessories that are designed for your LC-MS applications from Supelco®. Shop and order now
Food & Cosmetic Component Standards
Explore our wide selection of analytical standards and certified reference materials (CRMs) for food and beverage, cosmetic, and personal care products, including flavors, fragrances, essential oils, toxins, UV-blockers, sweeteners, and organic acids.
Evaluation of LCMSMS Deuterium Scrambling in Clinically Significant Small Molecules
LC-MS/MS is a powerful tool that brings numerous benefits to the clinical sample analysis arena. However, due to the complexity of the instrumentation there are some unique challenges that also accompany these benefits. Even following sample extraction and cleanup, matrix
Analysis of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Carboxytetrahydrocannabinol (THCCOOH) in Surface Waters by SPME and GC/MS
Analysis of Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and Carboxytetrahydrocannabinol (THCCOOH) in Surface Waters by SPME and GC/MS
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