Cannabis Publications 1940 – 1942

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1800 – 1939

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1940 – 1942

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1960 – 1969

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Epilepsy

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UTT BioPharma

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Adams CBD & THC series I – XIII

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Structure of Cannabidiol, a Product Isolated from the Marihuana Extract of Minnesota Wild Hemp
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. II. Absorption Spectra Compared with those of Various Dihydric Phenols.
Adams, R., Cain, C.K. & Wolff, H., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. III. Reduction and Cleavage.
Adams, R., Hunt, M. & Clark, J.H., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. IV. The position of the linkage between the two rings.
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. V. Position of the alicyclic double bonds.
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. VI. Isomerization of Cannabidiol to Tetrahydrocannabinol, a Physiologically Active Product. Conversion of Cannabidiol to Cannabinol1.
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. VII. A Method of Synthesis of a Tetrahydrocannabinol which Possesses Marihuana Activity.
Adams, R. & Baker, B.R., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. VIII. Position of the double bonds in cannabidiol. Marihuana activity of tetrahydrocannabinols.
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Tetrahydrocannabinol Homologs with Marihuana Activity. IX.
Adams, R. et al., 1941.

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Tetrahydrocannabinol Homologs and Analogs with Marihuana Activity. X.
Adams, R., Smith, C.M. & Loewe, S., 1941.

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Tetrahydrocannabinol Analogs with Marihuana Activity. XI.
Adams, R., Cain, C.K. & Loewe, S., 1941.

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Structure of Cannabidiol. XII. Isomerization to Tetrahydrocannabinols.
Adams, R. et al., 1941.

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Tetrahydrocannabinol Homologs and Analogs with Marihuana Activity. XIII.
Adams, R. et al., 1942.

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Adams Cannabinol Series I – V

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Structure of Cannabinol. I. Preparation of an Isomer, 3-Hydroxy-1-n-amyl- 6,6,9-trimethyl-6-dibenzopyran.
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabinol. II. Synthesis of Two New Isomers, 3-Hydroxy-4-namyl- and 3-Hydroxy-2-n-amyl 6,6,9-Trimethyl-6-dibenzopyrans.
Adams, R., Cain, C.K. & Baker, B.R., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabinol. III. Synthesis of Cannabinol, 1-Hydroxy-3-n-amyl- 6,6,9-trimethyl-6-dibenzopyra.
Adams, R., Baker, B.R. & Wearn, R.B., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabinol. IV. Synthesis of Two Additional Isomers Containing a Resorcinol Residue’.
Adams, R. & Baker, B.R., 1940.

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Structure of Cannabinol. V. A Second Method of Synthesis of Cannabinol.
Adams, R. & Baker, B.R., 1940.

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Adams, Todd & Others

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A Physiologically Active Principle from Cannabis sativa (Marihuana).
Haagen-Smit, A.J. et al., 1940.

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Cannabidiol and cannabol: constituents of cannabis sativa.
Jacob A & Todd, A., 1940.

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Chemistry of hemp drugs.
Todd, A., 1940.

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Conversion of a cannabidiol to a product with marihuana activity. A type reaction for synthesis of analogous substances. Conversion of cannabidiol to cannabinol.
Adams, R. et al., 1940.

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Isolation of Cannabinol, Cannabidiol and Quebrachitol from Red Oil of Minnesota Wild Hemp.
Adams, R., Pease, D.C. & Clark, J.H., 1940.

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Marihuana.
Adams, R., 1940.

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Synthesis of cannabinol.
Powell, G. & Bremby, T.H., 1940.

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