Analytical challenges hamper perfluoroalkyl research

Jonathan W. Martin, Kurunthachalam Kannan, Urs Berger, Pim De Voogt, Jennifer Field, James Franklin, John P. Giesy, Tom Harner, Derek C G Muir, Brian Scott, Mary Kaiser, Ulf Järnberg, Kevin C. Jones, Scott A. Mabury, Horst Schroeder, Matt Simcik, Christina Sottani, Bert Van Bavel, Anna Kärrman, Gunilla Lindström & 1 others Stefan Van Leeuwen

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Abstract

The growing concern over these organohalogens, some of which have been found in human blood and appear to be widespread in the environment, led researchers to gather in Hamburg, Germany, in 2003 to evaluate the current state of methods to analyze for the organic contaminants. Jonathan Martin of the University of Toronto and 20 colleagues from industry, government, and academia summarize the main recommendations from the workshop.

Original languageEnglish
JournalEnvironmental Science and Technology
Volume38
Issue number13
Publication statusPublished - Jul 7 2004

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Martin, J. W., Kannan, K., Berger, U., De Voogt, P., Field, J., Franklin, J., ... Van Leeuwen, S. (2004). Analytical challenges hamper perfluoroalkyl research. Environmental Science and Technology, 38(13).

Analytical challenges hamper perfluoroalkyl research. / Martin, Jonathan W.; Kannan, Kurunthachalam; Berger, Urs; De Voogt, Pim; Field, Jennifer; Franklin, James; Giesy, John P.; Harner, Tom; Muir, Derek C G; Scott, Brian; Kaiser, Mary; Järnberg, Ulf; Jones, Kevin C.; Mabury, Scott A.; Schroeder, Horst; Simcik, Matt; Sottani, Christina; Van Bavel, Bert; Kärrman, Anna; Lindström, Gunilla; Van Leeuwen, Stefan.

In: Environmental Science and Technology, Vol. 38, No. 13, 07.07.2004.

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Martin, JW, Kannan, K, Berger, U, De Voogt, P, Field, J, Franklin, J, Giesy, JP, Harner, T, Muir, DCG, Scott, B, Kaiser, M, Järnberg, U, Jones, KC, Mabury, SA, Schroeder, H, Simcik, M, Sottani, C, Van Bavel, B, Kärrman, A, Lindström, G & Van Leeuwen, S 2004, 'Analytical challenges hamper perfluoroalkyl research', Environmental Science and Technology, vol. 38, no. 13.
Martin JW, Kannan K, Berger U, De Voogt P, Field J, Franklin J et al. Analytical challenges hamper perfluoroalkyl research. Environmental Science and Technology. 2004 Jul 7;38(13).
Martin, Jonathan W. ; Kannan, Kurunthachalam ; Berger, Urs ; De Voogt, Pim ; Field, Jennifer ; Franklin, James ; Giesy, John P. ; Harner, Tom ; Muir, Derek C G ; Scott, Brian ; Kaiser, Mary ; Järnberg, Ulf ; Jones, Kevin C. ; Mabury, Scott A. ; Schroeder, Horst ; Simcik, Matt ; Sottani, Christina ; Van Bavel, Bert ; Kärrman, Anna ; Lindström, Gunilla ; Van Leeuwen, Stefan. / Analytical challenges hamper perfluoroalkyl research. In: Environmental Science and Technology. 2004 ; Vol. 38, No. 13.
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