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DETERMINATION OF PAH IN GROUND, SURFACE AND DRINKING WATER USING SYMBIOSIS ENVIRON

Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH), a group of chemically related compounds, are known for their potential carcinogenic properties. In the environment these compounds are formed during pyrolysis and incomplete combustion processes. They are found throughout the environment in air, water and soil. The (by law enforced) maximum acceptable concentration level of PAH in water is approximately 10 ppt for each individual component.

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