Extra-Column Volume & Cannabinoids Analysis

How Does Extra-Column Volume Affect Cannabinoids Analysis?

When developing or transferring potency methods, extra is not always better—in fact, extra-column volume in your LC system can be detrimental to peak width, resolution, and efficiency. In this article, we explore the effects of extra-column volume on cannabinoids analysis and explain how to choose a column that will best suit your needs.

A Peer-Reviewed Workflow for the Analysis of Cannabis-Infused Chocolates

The successful analysis of cannabis-infused products depends on optimized workflows that are tuned specifically to the matrix and analytes of interest. With this in mind, we developed a simple approach for the determination of pesticides, mycotoxins, and cannabinoids in chocolate samples.

Solved! The Recovery Dilemma for CBD-Infused Beverages

CBD-infused beverages, such as sparkling waters, juices, and concentrates, are everywhere. But, as popular as they are, potency analysis is challenging because CBD is hydrophobic, so it must be added to these drinks using surfactants and carrier oil. In this blog, we share a QuEChERS-based method we developed to deal with these emulsified samples and compare our results to product label claims.

How Long Can I Store My Cannabinoid Calibration Standards in the Autosampler?

The convenience of storing calibration mixes in the autosampler certainly makes it tempting to do so, but how long are compounds really stable? Check out our cannabinoid stability testing results and see how acidic, neutral, and mixed cannabinoid standards fared under our test conditions!