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High-Throughput Analysis of PFAS in Air

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Airborne monitoring of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) has become crucial in recent years due to their widespread environmental impact and ability to travel great distances in the atmosphere. 

Cutting-edge methods such as thermal desorption coupled with gas chromatography mass spectrometry (TD-GC-MS/MS) allow for the simultaneous analysis of neutral (FTOH, FOSA) and ionic (PFCA, FTCA) PFAS in the air. 

This application note showcases a fast, high-throughput approach to measure 19 target PFAS compounds with precision and efficiency.

Download this application note to discover:

  • Advanced techniques for analyzing both neutral and ionic PFAS
  • The benefits of thermal desorption for high-sensitivity detection
  • Practical insights to improve analytical capabilities
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