Chromatography-Free Screening of PFAS Enabled Through SPME-DART-MS
Bruker Applied Mass Spectrometry - Chromatography-Free Screening of PFAS Enabled Through SPME-DART-MS
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), an emerging class of toxic anthropogenic chemicals persistent in the environment, are currently regulated at the low part-per-trillion level worldwide in drinking water. Quantification and screening of these compounds currently rely primarily on liquid chromatography mass spectrometry (LC-MS).
To better meet the regulatory demands of rapid screening of these chemicals, the hyphenating of solid phase microextraction (SPME) with direct analysis in real time (DART) will be demonstrated. PFAS analysis screened rapidly by DART on the Bruker EVOQ triple quadrupole using LC free workflows demonstrates a significant increase in productivity whilst also presenting a more economical and a greener solution for the lab.
Join us live for the real-time analysis of PFAS with SPME-DART-MS and discover the power of our cutting-edge instrumentation and technologies.
Presenter: William Fatigante (Applications Scientist, DART-MS at Bruker Applied Mass Spectrometry)