Microplastics in water

Identifying microplastics in bottled water

Microplastics are defined as itty bitty pieces of plastic, less than 5mm in diameter, that have made their way into a variety of sources like bottled water, ocean water and industry waste streams.

In this application note we explain how we employed two spectroscopic techniques to identify and analyze microplastics in bottled water. Read the app note to see:

  • how we used these techniques
  • why we recommend them
  • what you'll see with each one
  • why you need both

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Identifying Microplastics in Bottled Water application note