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      PFAS Translator for the Most Common Methods

      June 30, 2022 at 2:00 PM / by David Gallagher posted in Sample preparation, Solid-phase extraction, per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, PFAS, wastewater, SPE, PFBS, PFCA, PTFE, EPA, PFOA, environmental compliance

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      One of the most frustrating things that we here at Biotage have had to deal with when we compare PFAS methods is the lack of a common naming convention for the compounds. It seems like every scientific article and every method contains at least one compound that either uses a new name or a new abbreviation and we have to spend excess time trying to confirm that yes, we're looking at the same compound.  It's so annoying!

       

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      The Problem of PFAS: Part 4 - Tracking Contamination

      February 3, 2022 at 4:00 PM / by Matt Harden posted in EPA Method 537.1, EPA Method 533, PFOS, EPA, PFOA, ISO 16175

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      Welcome to part 4 of our blog series “The Problem of PFAS”. If you are just tuning in, you might want to take a look at the previous blogs of this series as we provided background on the PFAS controversy (Part 1), a review of the regulatory guidelines for  monitoring PFAS contamination in the environment (Part 2), and most recently, a look at which analytical method might work the best for your lab (Part 3). If you are up to speed on this series, you should now have a good baseline on what we’ll be discussing today.

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      The Problem of PFAS: Part 3 - Which PFAS Method is Right for Me?

      September 22, 2021 at 3:55 PM / by Matt Harden posted in EPA Method 537.1, PFAS, EPA Method 533, PFOA, ISO

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      Welcome to part 3 of our blog series “The Problem of PFAS”. If you are just tuning in, you might want to take a look at the previous blogs of this series as we provided background on the PFAS controversy (Part 1) as well as a review of the regulatory guidelines for monitoring PFAS contamination in the environment (Part 2).  If you are up to speed on this series, you are now ready to dive deeper into the specific methods for monitoring PFAS in the environment.

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