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THE OCCURRENCE AND FATE OF PER- AND POLY-FLUOROALKYL SUBSTANCES (PFAS) IN THE ENVIRONMENT
Brusseau, M.L., University of Arizona, 20 February, Tuczon, Arizona, 50 slides, 2019

This presentation discusses the nature, sources, and properties of PFAS, as well as their transport and fate in the environment. The presentation includes case studies. https://wrrc.arizona.edu/sites/wrrc.arizona.edu/files/PFAS%20Seminar_Feb%202019_Brusseau.pdf



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