AOAC SPSFAM Cannabis Concentrates SMPR v2.docx
DRAFT AOAC SMPR 2016.XXX; Version 2; 21 December 2016 1 2 Method Name:
Quantitation of cannabinoids in cannabis concentrates
Intended Use : 5 6 1. Purpose: AOAC SMPRs describe the minimum recommended performance characteristics to be 7 used during the evaluation of a method. The evaluation may be an on‐site verification, a single‐ 8 laboratory validation, or a multi‐site collaborative study. SMPRs are written and adopted by AOAC 9 Stakeholder Panels composed of representatives from the industry, regulatory organizations, 10 contract laboratories, test kit manufacturers, and academic institutions. AOAC SMPRs are used by 11 AOAC Expert Review Panels in their evaluation of validation study data for method being considered 12 for Performance Tested Methods or AOAC Official Methods of Analysis , and can be used as 13 acceptance criteria for verification at user laboratories. Consensus‐based reference method.
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2. Applicability :
The method will be able to identify, and quantify individual cannabinoids (as listed in Table 1a and
Table 1b) present in cannabis concentrates.
3. Analytical Technique :
Any analytical technique(s) that measures the analytes of interest and meets the following method
performance requirements is/are acceptable.
4. Definitions :
A product resulting from chemical or physical processing of cannabis sativa or any of its hybrids, largely free of solvents with cannabinoid content higher than the starting material.
Limit of Quantitation (LOQ)
The minimum concentration or mass of analyte in a given matrix that can be reported as a
Method of analysis which response is the amount of the analyte measured either directly (enumeration in a mass or a volume), or indirectly (color, absorbance, impedance, etc.) in a certain
amount of sample.
Variation arising when all efforts are made to keep conditions constant by using the same instrument and operator and repeating during a short time period. Expressed as the repeatability
standard deviation (SD r
); or % repeatability relative standard deviation (%RSD r ).
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