Passive sampling of perfluorinated chemicals in water: in-situ calibration.

  title={Passive sampling of perfluorinated chemicals in water: in-situ calibration.},
  author={Sarit L Kaserzon and Darryl W. Hawker and Kees Booij and Dominique S O'Brien and Karen Kennedy and Eti{\"e}nne L. M. Vermeirssen and Jochen M{\"u}ller},
  journal={Environmental pollution},
Perfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) have been recognised as environmental pollutants that require monitoring. A modified polar organic chemical integrative sampler (POCIS) is able to quantify aqueous PFCs. However, with varying external water velocity, PFC sampling rates (Rs) may change, affecting accuracy of derived water concentrations. To facilitate field deployment of this sampler, two methods of in-situ calibration were investigated: performance reference compounds (PRCs) and passive flow… CONTINUE READING
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