As it emerges from prohibition, cannabis is finally being embraced by researchers across the world.
Armed with the analytical power of mass spectrometry, scientists have developed several new methods of examining cannabis. From the unique pharmacological compounds of potential benefit to patients, to the contaminants that must be identified to prevent harm.
Download this compendium to learn how mass spectrometry is being used to:
- Catalog cannabinoids
- Detect heavy metals, pesticides and residual solvents
- Identify terpenes
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