Analysis of Solvent Residue Content
Make sure that your product is made to ensure top quality, without residues of various solvents.
In our analysis you can check for the presence of residual solvents such as:
– EtOH (etanol) – iPrOH (isopropanol) – Aceton – Butan
– Pentan – Hexan – Heptan – EtOAc
Quantity of samples
Minimimum quantity to be sampled:
– Hemp Biomass(tops, leaves, steams,..) min.2g
– Hemp groves (resin, oils,…) -min. 0,5g
Note, that Cannabis Masters does not perform terpene analysis on solid products such as infusion dishes/ capsules. To perform terpene teasting on finished products, indicate the concentrated oil or plant material used to form these products.
GC – Gas Chromatografy
After the separation phase, the analytes enter a detector, which is responsible
for providing measurable feedback on the concentration of the molecule in the gas phase. For quantitative detection, a flame ionization detector (FID) is usually used, the signal of which is proportional to the number of carbon atoms present in the analyte. A more advanced detection method is the mass selective detector (MS), which offers high sensitivity and analyte identification. This is possible by comparing the fragmentation pattern (dissociation of energy-unstable molecular ions formed during the transition of molecules into the ionization chamber of a mass spectrometer, where the analyte is bombarded by electrons with a predetermined energy). Molecule fragments produce a unique pattern in the mass spectrum) between the analyte and the mass library…. Read more..
Receipt of the Certificate
After receiving your sample, we will send you a PDF analysis certificate and an invoice to your e-mail address within 7-10 days.