Guest Author: David C. Kennedy, Ph.D A Look Into the Wastewater Testing Process and its Potential Impacts Treating domestic wastewater (sewage) to remove harmful contaminants is thought to be the Continue Reading
Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) are a large group of compounds characterized by a linear aliphatic backbone, a high degree of fluorination and often feature a carboxylic- or sulfonic- acid functionality. These Continue Reading
By Scott Krepich, Food and Environmental Application Scientist The chemical bisphenol A (BPA) is used in the production of some plastics, many of which are utilized in water bottles and Continue Reading
How many scientists could honestly say “no” to less variability and increased reliability? Yet, time and time again, we see scientists who are content with Liquid-Liquid Extraction (LLE) as the Continue Reading
How New Technology is Challenging an Old Environmental Lab Tradition Guest Author: Allen Misa, Food and Environmental Marketing Manager For decades—as long as environmental laboratories—there has been the tradition of Continue Reading
With marijuana decriminalization on the rise in the United States, many people might expect to see more sophisticated systems of labeling and identification in their newly sanctioned cannabis products. Easier said than done.
Separation sciences can be tough to grasp. The real-life impact isn’t always immediately obvious, and we’re often left wondering how it all affects our day-to-day. Real-Life Applications are here to show you some of the most prevalent ways chromatography makes life worth living.