New whitepaper: Your guide to cannabis testing

Hands-on cannabis testing! The market for cannabis products is expected to continue growing whilst requiring high quality equipment with excellent reproducibility for their complex analysis.

In this whitepaper, the common challenges in cannabis testing by liquid chromatography are summarised. Numerous applications show how to select the ideal stationary phase for obtaining

  • high resolution in cannabis potency testing
  • excellent selectivity in pesticide analyses and
  • sharp peak shapes in mycotoxin analyses.

Download your copy of the new whitepaper and find the most appropriate stationary phase for your cannabis analysis.

More information on stationary phases for cannabis testing can be found in our
YMC-Triart brochure and on our homepage.


What makes YMC-Triart Phenyl advantageous?

Phenyl columns are quite interesting stationary phases for the analysis of aromatic compounds due to their additional π-π and hydrophobic interactions which contribute to a selectivity difference from aliphatic phases, including C18 or C8.

Phenyl stationary phases are available on the market with a number of different chemistries. How do these differences in chemistry affect the chromatographic results? This technical note examines these differences and their influence on the chromatographic behaviour. Acidic, basic and coordinating compounds were analysed and evaluated regarding their recovery, peak shape and resolution.

Get to know the advantages of YMC-Triart Phenyl over the competitor phases and download your copy of the technical note!

More information on YMC-Triart Phenyl columns can be found in the YMC-Triart brochure or on our homepage.



Fig.: Separation of coordinating compound and internal standard using YMC-Triart Phenyl and competitor columns.