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APPLICATION NOTE

FT-IR Spectroscopy

Authors:

Brian C. Smith, Ph.D.,

PerkinElmer, Inc. San Jose, CA

Mark A. Lewis

NaPro Research Sacramento, CA

Judah Mendez

Heron’s Head Productions San Francisco, CA

Optimization of Cannabis Grows Using Fourier Transform Mid- Infrared Spectroscopy

Introduction

Cannabis use is becoming increasingly legal in the United States. One of the main products of this industry is dried cannabis flowers. The inflorescences, or flowers, of cannabis plants contain

tetrahydrocannabinolic acid (THCA), which decarboxylates upon the addition of heat, as shown in Figure 1, to produce carbon dioxide and the psychoactive form of THCA, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC).

Figure 1. The conversion of acid form to neutral form via decarboxylation reaction that occurs upon addition of heat to THCA, producing the psychoactive compound THC.

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