Not so recent. But great for the history.
I will post a few more that are important for the history of Cannabinoid chemistry. They can be harder to find some are up to 100 years old, first try sci-hub.cc it has most of them, or google and see if online elsewhere.
XL.- Charas. The Resin of Indian Hemp. T. BARLOW WOOD M. A.
W. T. NEWTON SPIVEY, M. A., and THOMAS HILL EASTERFIELD . M.A., P h . D .
J. Chem. Soc., Trans., 1896,69, 539-546
III.—Cannabinol. Part I
Thomas Barlow Wood, M.A., W. T. Newton Spivey, M.A. and Thomas Hill Easterfield, M.A., Ph.D.
J. Chem. Soc., Trans., 1899,75, 20-36
IN a paper communicated to the Society in 1896 (Trans., 1896, 88, 539) the authors, under the name of “cannabinol,” described a physiologically active substance which they had isolated from ‘ charas,” the exuded resin of Indian hemp. From the constancy ofcomposition of a number of preparations of this substance obtained from different samples of “charas,” it was believed to be a definite chemical compound of the formula C18H,,02 ; this conclusion seemed
to be justified by the determination of the molecular weight, and by the examination of several derivatives. Since then, the authors have further examined cannabinol, and have found that it is a mixture of at least two compounds having similar physical characters. One of these, of the formula C21H2602, has been isolated, and it is proposed to
retain the name cannabinol for this compound.
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