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Fields & Applications Food, Beverage & Agriculture, Gas Chromatography, Mass Spectrometry, Technology

Improved profiling of cannabis terpenes for accurate product labelling

sponsored by SepSolve Analytical

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November 4, 2020, 4pm GMT

Chromatographic separation of the diverse range of compounds present in cannabis is enough of a challenge, let alone identifying these with confidence. In this presentation we will demonstrate how GC×GC can be used to gain greater insight into sample composition, to ensure consistent product quality and accurate product labelling for improved consumer experience.

Learning Outcomes

  • Learn the basics of GC×GC and what it offers over and above standard GC
  • Hear about how the technology can be applied in both routine and R&D environments
  • See how the addition of mass spectrometry gains greater insight into sample composition
  • Learn about new software tools to simplify the comparison of terpene profiles and automatically generate meaningful results

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