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Optimized Methods for Sensitive and Robust PFAS Analysis of Wastewater

An Optimized Method for PFAS Analysis in Wastewater
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Monitoring per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the environment is paramount to control the health and ecological impacts of these substances.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) imposes quality criteria that must be met in routine monitoring to detect even the most minute PFAS concentrations.

These application notes present optimized liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS) workflows to meet and exceed the limits of quantitation required for the monitoring of PFAS in complex environmental matrices such as wastewater samples.


Download these application notes to learn more about:

  • Quality assurance and quality control criteria specified by EPA 1633 and ASTM D8421-22 
  • Standardized methods to help with PFAS detection and qualification
  • Comprehensive solutions for PFAS analysis to save time and effort


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