Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are a group of compounds that are highly resistant to degradation, even when metabolized or exposed to harsh environmental conditions. Their persistence allows them to accumulate in water sources, particularly those used for consumption. One of the biggest challenges when extracting these compounds is minimizing interferences and opportunities for contamination during sample preparation and analysis. As PFC compounds are highly stable and non-reactive, they have become commonly used materials for equipment parts and laboratory supplies.
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