Guide to PFAS in our environment debuts

@article{Hogue2019GuideTP,
  title={Guide to PFAS in our environment debuts},
  author={Cheryl Hogue},
  journal={C\&EN Global Enterprise},
  year={2019}
}
A class of synthetic organic chemicals that contain fluorine atoms is grabbing headlines as more and more communities around the world discover them in drinking water. To help broaden understanding of these compounds, C&EN has launched a guide to the per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) found in the environment, available online at cenm.ag/pfas. Chemical companies have made PFAS for decades for use as manufacturing aids and in consumer products. These compounds offer characteristics such… 

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