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Does your cannabis lab need a Residual Solvents standard? Look no further, friend!

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So, we got the news. Cannabis labs and application chemists are sick and tired of residual solvent standards in DMSO. Instead of continuing to offer you something that can be difficult to work with, we put our heads together at Restek to offer you a new RSA standard in N,N-Dimethylacetamide (DMA)!

Not only is this standard offered in the preferred solvent across the industry, but it also includes 20 of your favorite compounds at 3000 ppm! The Residual Solvents #1 (cat# 34105) CRM pairs very nicely with some Topaz Liners (cat# 23280) and the Rxi-624Sil MS (cat# 13868). Finally, when we combine all three of these products, we are left with the delicious solution shown below.


You can also check this out on the web here!

So, if you’ve been trying to get your hands on a residual solvent standard, look no further! Restek has you covered!

Be on the look out for more Cannabis reference standard solutions. We've got some good stuff brewing up!

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Tue, Apr 16, 2019

Restek is currently working on a propane and butane standard. We hope to have a solution for this soon!

Wed, Mar 20, 2019

Any chance that Restek will be able to offer a propane and butane standard?