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Fig. 4 GC-MS profiles of CBD standard solution obtained with MEGA-5 narrow-bore column under the following conditions: A injection of 1 µL of CBD standard solution 1 mg mL−1; B 10 µL of CBD standard solution 1 mg mL−1 recovered by Vac-HSSPME after 5 minutes at 150°C; C 10 µL of CBD standard solution 1 mg mL−1 recovered by HSSPME after 5 minutes at 150°C; D 10 µL of CBD standard solution 1 mg mL−1 recovered after 5 minutes by Vac-HSSPME at 90°C; E 10 µL of CBD standard solution 1 mg mL−1 recovered by HSSPME after 5 minutes at 90°C. GC-MS Analysis conditions: see experimental section. Legend: (1) Cannabidiol, (2) Cannabichromene, (3) Cannabinoid 1 (supposed Δ8-tetrahydrocannabinol), (4) Cannabinoid 2 (supposed Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol).

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Capetti, F.; Rubiolo, P.; Mastellone, G.; Marengo, A.; Sgorbini, B.; Cagliero, C. (2022). "A sustainable approach for the reliable and simultaneous determination of terpenoids and cannabinoids in hemp inflorescences by vacuum-assisted headspace solid-phase microextraction". Advances in Sample Preparation 2: 100014. doi:10.1016/j.sampre.2022.100014. 

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2022

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Capetti, F.; Rubiolo, P.; Mastellone, G.; Marengo, A.; Sgorbini, B.; Cagliero, C.

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