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Simultaneous Analysis of PAHs Across Multiple Matrices

Environment analysis
Credit: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) originate from the incomplete combustion of organic matter and, due to their toxic and carcinogenic effects, are monitored in the environment with strict regulations.

EPA Method 8270E is a common regulation that imposes many demands on analytical laboratories, making robust equipment and analysis software a necessity in order to deliver high sample throughput.

Discover a single quadrupole GC-MS system that can exceed regulatory requirements and facilitate the simultaneous analysis of PAHs in water and soil samples.  

Download this application note to discover:

  • Common challenges faced by analytical labs when adhering to EPA Method 8270E
  • A GC-MS system that minimizes downtime and maintains high performance over long periods
  • A detector with extended dynamic range to eliminate the need to run separate curves for different matrices

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