Environmental Analysis

Fast and High-Resolution LC-MS Separation of PFAS

In this article from Issue 11 of the Analytix Reporter, produced by Merck, the rapid separation of 33 PFAS compounds as per EPA 537.1, EPA 533, and EPA 8327 is demonstrated.

[eBook] Advances in Environmental Analysis

Separation Science, in collaboration with Restek, offers an eBook outlining application notes, articles and solutions for fast and simple methods for water analysis including PFAS analysis and LC-MS/MS analysis of acrylamide in drinking water.

Tarun Anumol – 'A Scientist at Heart'

David Hills, Scientific Director of Separation Science, recently sat down with Dr Tarun Anumol, the Director of Global Environmental and Food Markets at Agilent, to discuss his current role, his passion for environmental analysis, and how he is...

Low-cost determination of anions in municipal drinking water

This application brief outlines how the integrated Thermo Scientific Dionex Easion IC system coupled with the Dionex AS-DV autosampler provides a simple and low-cost instrument setup for routine determination of inorganic anions in drinking water.

Low-cost determination of cations and ammonium in environmental waters

This application brief outlines the determination of cations and ammonium in environmental waters using a Thermo Scientific Dionex IonPac CS16 column on a Dionex Easion IC system in DCR mode.

Analysis of PFAS in drinking water

Do you need some help with PFAS testing? If so, this on-demand webinar provides solutions in line with the updated method, EPA 533 and explains what measures can be taken to mitigate external contamination sources.

Determination of PFAS in aqueous samples by combustion IC

This application note demonstrates an automated method to determine a range of perfluorinated alkyl substances (PFAS) by combustion IC within environmentally relevant matrices and compare results with existing highly specific methods based on...

Extraction and analysis of poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from soil

This application note demonstrates how accelerated solvent extraction can extract a variety of PFAS from soil including acids, sulfonates, fluorotelomer sulfonates, and sulfonamide compounds.

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