Cannabis - Potency with LC/MS
Agilent Technologies: Software for Cannabis Testing
Join Agilent application scientists as they demonstrate our OpenLab CDS and MassHunter software for cannabis workflows. This webinar series will guide participants through optimizing the features of OpenLab CDS and MassHunter in order to save time and drive productivity to a higher level. Speakers will answer some of your most frequently asked software questions and share their tips and tricks. Each webinar in the series will cover a different workflow.
Key Learning Objectives:
- How to set up correction equations and tune modes with the half mass acquisition, and how to set up and use UHMI and the element template function
- How to use the EMF, Help, and Learning Center in MassHunter 5.1
- How to build processing methods for determining potency calculations
- How to prepare calibration tables for use in determining cannabinoid levels
- How to utilize custom calculations to prepare custom reports
- Learn the quantitative workflow in OpenLab CDS
- Learn to create LC/MS custom libraries.
Who Should Attend:
Lab managers, analysts, processors, growers, and other individuals who are responsible for cannabis potency, pesticides, heavy metals, residual solvents, or terpenes testing.
Presenter: Sue D'Antonio (Applications Scientist, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
Sue D’Antonio joined Agilent (HP at that time) more than 30 years ago. For the last 15 years Sue has been an Applications Scientist in the Liquid Phase Separations Group. Sue’s application support extends to HPLC, UHPLC, CE and LCMS across a wide range of markets and customers.
Presenter: Nik Lau (Field Application Chemist, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
Nik Lau graduated from Loyola University of Chicago with BS in Chemistry. He started his career in 1986 as an analytical chemist in the pharmaceutical industry developing and validating analytical methods. Nik joined Agilent in 1997 as a field service engineer and worked on almost all of the Agilent LC product line including multivendor LCs. Currently Nik is a field application chemist supporting HPLC.