Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is a physicochemical technique used to obtain structural information about molecules. In this article, Technology Networks considers how it works, what it can tell a lab analyst, and where it is used.
Scientists at a California-based terpene research and product development company have identified the chemicals that cause cannabis’ distinctive skunk-like aroma.
Authorities in Michigan have recalled all marijuana products – except for inhalable concentrates – tested by Viridis Laboratories, a cannabis lab company in Michigan.
The Nevada Cannabis Compliance Board (CCB) has voted unanimously to remove the license of a cannabis goods producer, Kindibles, LLC, citing public health and safety.
More needs to be done to protect cannabis vape consumers from harmful contaminants, researchers say, after a new study detected dangerous heavy metals in the aerosols produced by commercially available cannabis vape products.
Scientists at Medicine Creek Analytics have developed a new optimized method for collecting and analyzing heavy metal contaminants present in the aerosols produced by cannabis vape products.
The new investigation uncovered concerning levels of product mislabeling and poor testing practices within the delta-8 THC industry.
Researchers at the University of Modena have shown that a spectroscopy technique can simultaneously characterize and quantify cannabinoids across cannabis products.
The test's developers say it is unaffected by the consumption of other confounding factors, such as coffee, alcohol, or tobacco.