Microplastics analysis involves the detection, identification, and quantification of microplastics in various environmental samples. Microplastics, small plastic pieces less than 5 millimeters in length, pose significant environmental, ecological, and health risks due to their durability, potential to absorb toxins, and likelihood to enter the food chain. The process of microplastics analysis is intricate due to the diverse nature of plastics and the need for high sensitivity and specificity.
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