Accurate and Efficient Analysis of PFAS by EPA Method 1633



Webinar Date/Time: Thu, Dec 14, 2023 1:00 PM EST

Unlock the secret to optimized PFAS analysis workflows for EPA Method 1633 during this upcoming webinar. Discover how to optimize sample preparation, tackle background contamination, and streamline analysis workflow for non-potable water and challenging environmental matrices.

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Event Overview:

Join this webinar for an in-depth discussion on PFAS analysis according to EPA Method 1633 while identifying and mitigating background contamination. EPA Method 1633 addresses PFAS in a diverse range of environmental matrices and therefore poses a unique analysis challenge in comparison to other EPA methods for drinking water, such as 533 and 537.1. This webinar will address how to effectively overcome the unique challenges posed by EPA Method 1633 in non-potable water and other environmental matrices.

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how to optimize sample preparation for EPA Method 1633, specifically designed for non-potable water and dirtier matrices.
  • Learn how to identify and mitigate background PFAS contamination, which is crucial for accurate environmental analysis.
  • Learn how to streamline your PFAS analysis workflow for non-potable and challenging environmental matrices by minimizing downtime.

Who Should Attend:

  • Professionals in the field of environmental testing and monitoring

Featured Speakers:

Amanda Belunis
Graduate Research Assistant
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Amanda Belunis is a PhD candidate in the department of chemistry and biochemistry at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC). She has a Bachelor of Science in Forensic Chemistry from Towson University. She has experience working with instrumentation, sample preparation techniques, and method development for a wide range of applications. Her current research project focuses on method development using liquid chromatography tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) for the investigation of PFAS in various environmental sources.

Cole Strattman
Field Application Scientist
Perkin Elmer

Cole Strattman joined PerkinElmer as a field applications scientist supporting the Northeast. Cole works with the applied segments with a focus on the markets related to LC and LC/MS instrumentation. Cole comes from a 14-year career at Rhodes Technologies, where he was working as a scientist responsible for research and development. Cole has a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from the University of Rhode Island and is experienced in method development and validation for GC, HPLC, and LCMS using different instruments along with various sample preparation techniques.

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