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Robust Detection of Legacy and Emerging PFAS in Wastewater

Robust Detection of Legacy and Emerging PFAS in Wastewater
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Due to their chemical stability, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have the potential to accumulate both in the environment and in organisms, posing an increasing threat to life.

The detection of PFAS at trace level is often impeded by the environmental matrix and background contamination. Hence, accuracy, reliability, robustness and interferant elimination are critical for success.

This app note highlights the development of a comprehensive workflow to achieve highly robust detection of more than 57 legacy and emerging PFAS in wastewater.

Download this app note to learn how to:

  • Achieve reliable sample preparation with excellent recovery
  • Reduce background contamination
  • Obtain outstanding reproducibility and robustness

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