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One Scientist Thinking Ahead for the Environment


Per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are pervasive in our environment, however, they’re also associated with negative health effects.

Many scientists are working hard to measure and filtrate PFAS in vital resources such as drinking water. Learn how one scientist is working at the interface between environmental monitoring, public health, separation science, materials synthesis, and mass spectrometry, to mitigate contamination risk.

Download this Case Study to learn more about:

  • The challenges of PFAS analysis and filtration
  • The latest analytical tools and techniques applied to environmental monitoring 
  • Real-world stories of PFAS analysis success
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