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Newer PFAS Are Finding Their Way Into the Arctic

News   Jul 30, 2020 | Original story from the American Chemical Society

 
Newer PFAS Are Finding Their Way Into the Arctic

Aboard an icebreaker ship, researchers collected water samples flowing into and out of the Arctic Ocean and analyzed them for PFAS. Credit: Hanna Joerss.

 
 
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