Optimization of Sample Preparation for Pesticide Analysis in Oil-Based Cannabis
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Cannabis 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. High-lipid samples, in particular, pose a major challenge when testing for a large number of pesticide residues that contain different physicochemical properties and need to be detected at very low concentrations.
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