Chemistry, abundance, detection and treatment of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances in water: a review

    Mostafa Dadashi Firouzjaei, Ehsan Zolghadr, Shahin Ahmadalipour, Nastaran Taghvaei, Farhad Akbari Afkhami, Siamak Nejati, Mark A Elliott

 Abstract
Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) encompass a wide range of compounds containing carbon–fluorine bonds. Due the strength of this bond and the high electronegativity of fluorine atoms, PFAS display stability, wettability and other characteristics that are unique for industrial applications and products. However, PFAS induce adverse effects on the environment and human health. Here we review the chemistry, synthesis, properties, analysis, occurrence in water, filtration, removal and oxydation of PFAS.  We highlight emerging hybrid treatments to remove PFAS from water.

                             Type                         Review
                             Publication           Environmental Chemistry Letters
                             Date                          November 2021
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 Tags
PFAS · Synthesis · Analytical · Hybrid treatment · Health · EnvironmentBabak_Anasori, #Mostafa_Dadashi_Firouzjaei

 
BibTex

@article{dadashi2021chemistry,
  title={Chemistry, abundance, detection and treatment of per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances in water: a review},
  author={Dadashi Firouzjaei, Mostafa and Zolghadr, Ehsan and Ahmadalipour, Shahin and Taghvaei, Nastaran and Akbari Afkhami, Farhad and Nejati, Siamak and Elliott, Mark A},
  journal={Environmental Chemistry Letters},
  pages={1--19},
  year={2021},
  publisher={Springer}
}

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