• Simultaneous Determination of Hundreds of Trace Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewaters and Treated Waters

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Simultaneous Determination of Hundreds of Trace Inorganic Pollutants in Wastewaters and Treated Waters

Oct 16 2008

Endocrine disrupting compounds (EDCs) are a wide range of industrial and domestic pollutants that are causing great international concern, as they interfere with the hormone and reproductive function of
mammals and fish.
Urban wastewaters, which include domestic and industrial waters, typically have a strongly contaminating effect on the natural aquatic systems. Even when these waters are submitted to treatment, trace levels of organic compounds, such pesticides, herbicides, personal care
products, pharmaceuticals, and steroids escape conventional wastewater treatments and ultimately they migrate into domestic water supplies. We present a rapid and sensitive Tandem Liquid Chromatography - Mass Spectrometry (LC-/MS/MS) solution to simultaneously quantify hundreds of these pollutants at the parts per trillion level in a wide range of water types.
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