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PFAS Detected in Common Lab Supplies

Identifying Sources of PFAS

Contamination in your Laboratory

PFAS testing poses many challenges for analytical laboratories. False positives introduced by contaminated supplies can lead to poor data integrity, resampling, and elevated minimum reporting limits. This study shows various levels of PFAS contamination that can be found in common lab products with detection of 22 different PFAS residues from 32 target analytes

Learn what common supplies could be hiding PFAS contamination in your lab!

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