Environmental Analysis

Improve Semivolatiles Method Performance

Semivolatiles methods are essential parts of environmental testing programs, yet they can be difficult for labs to run efficiently because target analyte lists are extensive, and they contain different types of reactive compounds. This application...

Optimized Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon (PAH) Analysis by GC-MS

Some polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons are carcinogenic so trace-level monitoring of air, water, and soil samples is essential for assessing exposure. This application note shows how PAH analysis by GC-MS using an Rxi-SVOCms column provides effective...

New Methods and Applications for Environmental Analysis

Separation Science, in collaboration with Restek, offers an updated eBook for environmental analysis featuring new applications and methods to help you achieve faster analysis times and increase sample throughput.

Environmental Sample Analysis by ICP-MS

Separation Science, in collaboration with Thermo Fisher Scientific, offers this guide for environmental sample analysis by ICP-MS providing recommendations for getting started and best practices to streamline workflow.

Ion Chromatography Column Selection Guide

This ion chromatography column selection guide enables you to select the best IC column for your application and provides recommendations for each column with a list of suitable applications.

Methods and Applications for Environmental Analysis

Separation Science, in collaboration with Restek, offers its latest 'Environmental Analysis' eBook featuring applications and methods to help you achieve faster analysis times and increase sample throughput.

Optimized Workflow of POPs Analysis in Environmental and Food Matrices

Are you looking for fast and reliable sample processing of POPs? If so, register for this on-demand webinar that covers a semi-automated cleanup method with GC-MS/MS.

Global PFAS Testing Virtual Symposium - [On-demand Presentations]

Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) are now known to be ubiquitous, being detected in several matrices including water, air, soil, animals, commercial products and even in humans. Yet, only a handful of PFAS have been monitored in detail...

Developing Methods for PFAS Analysis

Dr. Emanuela Gionfriddo, Assistant Professor at the University of Toledo in Ohio, USA explains how she has been focusing on developing analytical tools that can detect and quantify harmful substances, such as PFAS.

Rapid and Sensitive Analysis of 17 Per-and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Water by Direct Injection

This study demonstrates a direct injection approach to PFAS analysis, utilizing a PerkinElmer QSight® 420 mass spectrometer coupled with UHPLC for the analysis of trace amounts of PFAS in drinking water and surface water samples.

Direct Analysis of 17 Perfluorinated Compounds in Water at Low Parts-Per-Trillion Levels by LC/MS/MS Workflow

In this study, an LC/MS/MS direct sample injection method was developed, and the results indicate that this simple LC/MS/MS workflow provides an excellent sensitivity and specificity for the analysis of PFASs in drinking and surface water samples.

Analysis of Challenging Polar Contaminants in Water by LC/MS/MS with Direct Injection

In this study, different methods for the separation, detection and quantitation of complex polar contaminants by UHPLC/MS/MS in water matrices are demonstrated.

A Sensitive Method for the Rapid Determination of PFOA and PFOS in Water Samples

This study demonstrates the use of PerkinElmer’s QSight® 420 mass spectrometer, coupled with UHPLC for the determination of trace amount of PFOA and PFOS in drinking and surface water samples by means of a direct injection approach.

Analysis of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances by EPA Method 8327

In this application note, the development of a fast and robust method for the analysis of all analytes listed in EPA Method 8327 is discussed.

Analysis of Perfluoroalkyl and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances in Drinking Water

This application note focuses on the validation of EPA Method 537.1, as well as the development of an improved version of this methodology.

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