PFAS Analysis in UPW and Process Water

Date Published 2023 | Conference materials

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A lack of automated and streamlined measurement methods for PFAS means that there is little understanding about the quantities of PFAS in semiconductor water. Novel chromatography techniques can improve visibility over this contaminant in water.

Authors: Allen Chan, Hugh Gotts,
Tags: PFASSemiconductorsMetrology and Analytical Technology

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