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Uncovering Environmental Exposure to PFAS and Their Impact

Robust solutions for environmental PFAS require innovative and highly-sensitive mass spectrometry platforms for precise analysis and quantification

The persistent presence of PFAS in our food, water, and the environment has led to rising health and safety challenges. While a fully effective PFAS remediation technology is lacking, continuous innovation and development of versatile technologies and solutions have helped elevate the precision with which researchers have been able to detect and quantify PFAS. 

Uncovering Environmental Exposure to PFAS and Their Impact

Representative methods such as liquid-chromatography-tandem quadrupole mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS), time-of-flight mass spectrometry, solid phase extraction, and direction injection methods enable researchers to assess and characterize the presence of PFAS in water, biota, food, and other environmental matrices.

At Waters, these individual methods are brought together into one comprehensive and scalable platform to help researchers meet the ever-evolving regulatory and competitive pressures surrounding PFAS detection and quantitation. Adapting a sample-to-result approach, Waters’ platform enables labs to reduce risk and lost time while elevating existing capabilities and scope for PFAS detection and analysis. 

In this article, you will learn about:

  • Waters’ platform for PFAS detection in various matrices
  • Comparative data on current PFAS environmental and food methods 
  • How labs can streamline PFAS workflows with a versatile sample-to-result methodology for detection levels as low as single-digit ppq
  • Diverse and innovative solutions provided by Waters’ platform to help researchers elevate their PFAS detection 

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