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The Latest Analytical Techniques for PFAS Monitoring


Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are persistent and bioaccumulative in our environment. They have also been associated with numerous negative health effects and are thought to be harmful to wildlife. 

Accurate PFAS monitoring that facilitates compliance with the latest regulatory guidelines is essential for ensuring the safety of our foods and water systems. Yet, the diversity and low-level concentration of PFAS contaminants can present analytical challenges. 

This poster compilation outlines the latest LC-MS/MS and QTOF MS methods for accurate environmental monitoring. 

Download this collection of posters to learn more about:

  • The latest, optimized methods for PFAS identification in various complex matrices 
  • Sensitive solutions to detect a broad range of contaminants in single sample workflows
  • EPA compliant approaches to swift and easy environmental monitoring 
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