Synthetic Cannabinoids (SC) represent a very important side of the emerging and worrying phenomenon of the New Psychoactive Substances (NPS). Currently the determination of SC is based on the use of LC/GC-MS techniques. Altough this analytical approach have been successfully applied to the determination of SC in both clandestine preparation and biological fluids, it is expensive and usually not suitable for screening analysis in routine laboratories. Aim of this work was the development and the validation of a method based on a HPLC separation associated with a UV and fluorimetric detection for the determination of SC in herbal mixtures

Screening analysis of Synthetic Cannabinoids by using a HPLC – UV – Fl method

Trapani, Elisa;
2013

Abstract

Synthetic Cannabinoids (SC) represent a very important side of the emerging and worrying phenomenon of the New Psychoactive Substances (NPS). Currently the determination of SC is based on the use of LC/GC-MS techniques. Altough this analytical approach have been successfully applied to the determination of SC in both clandestine preparation and biological fluids, it is expensive and usually not suitable for screening analysis in routine laboratories. Aim of this work was the development and the validation of a method based on a HPLC separation associated with a UV and fluorimetric detection for the determination of SC in herbal mixtures
synthetic cannabinoids; screening; UV-Fluorescence
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