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Environmental Contaminant Standards - New Products

Following please find a listing of new items that became available from CIL since the third quarter of 2019. Updates are being released on a quarterly basis as CIL adds new products for environmental analysis to our inventory. Each part number is a link to the full product listing on the CIL website. In the case of mixtures, an “information file” with the congeners and concentrations is part of the product listing. Most items included in these updates are in stock at CIL and available for standard delivery, but please contact CIL for complete product availability.

PER- AND POLYFLUORINATED SUBSTANCES (PFAS)
POPs MIXTURES
PHARMACEUTICAL AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS (PPCP)
CHEMICAL WEAPON METABOLITES

 

PER- AND POLYFLUORINATED SUBSTANCES (PFAS)
CIL recently completed production of several fluorotelomer sulfonates (FTS), and now offers them as standard solutions in their salt forms. These compounds are found in AFFF firefighting foam and are commonly included in analytical methods at water testing laboratories. Note that the CIL isotopically labeled FTSs provide an M+6 mass shift from native to provide enhanced separation compared to other commercially available M+2 products. The N-Methylperfluorooctanesulfonamide is a transformation product sometimes found in environmental samples where PFAS contamination has occurred. While not always included in analytical protocols, these compounds supplement the PFAS product line, and are requested from time to time. 9Cl-PF3ONS is a component of the polyfluorinated ether sulfonate commonly known as “F-53B” which was developed as a replacement for PFOS. Recent studies have shown large amounts of this and related compounds (“HFPO-DA”, “DONA”, and “11Cl-PF3OUdS”) in surface and ground waters, and these compounds have already been included in the U.S. EPA’s revised Method 537.1. CIL has recently transitioned our native and isotopically labeled perfluoropentanoic acid standards to their sodium salt forms and re-formulated. Please note the new part#s for these products.
 
Part number Description Concentration
ULM-10757-1.2 1H,1H,2H,2H-Perfluorohexane sulfonate
(4:2 FTS), sodium salt (unlabeled)
50 µg/mL in methanol
CDLM-10752-1.2 1H,1H,2H,2H-Perfluorooctane sulfonate
(6:2 FTS), sodium salt (13C2, 99%; D4, 98%)
50 µg/mL in methanol
CDLM-10751-1.2 1H,1H,2H,2H-Perfluorodecane sulfonate
(8:2 FTS), sodium salt (13C2, 99%; D4, 98%)
50 µg/mL in methanol
ULM-10755-1.2 1H,1H,2H,2H-Perfluorodecane sulfonate
(8:2 FTS), sodium salt (unlabeled)
50 µg/mL in methanol
CDLM-10750-1.2 1H,1H,2H,2H-Perfluorododecane sulfonate
(10:2 FTS),sodium salt (13C2, 99%; D4, 98%)
50 µg/mL in methanol
ULM-10754-1.2 1H,1H,2H,2H-Perfluorododecane sulfonate
(10:2 FTS), sodium salt, (unlabeled)
50 µg/mL in methanol
DLM-10740-1.2 N-Methylperfluorooctanesulfonamide
(N-MeFOSA) (D3, 98%)
100 µg/mL in methanol
ULM-10779-1.2 N-Methylperfluorooctanesulfonamide
(N-MeFOSA) (unlabeled)
100 µg/mL in methanol
ULM-10843-1.2 9-Chlorohexadecafluoro-3-oxanone-1-sulfonic acid
(9Cl-PF3ONS), potassium salt (unlabeled)
100 µg/mL in methanol
CLM-10931-1.2 Perfluoropentanoic acid (PFPeA), sodium salt
(pentanoyl-13C5, 99%)
50 µg/mL in methanol
ULM-10960-1.2 Perfluoropentanoic acid (PFPeA), sodium salt
(unlabeled)
50 µg/mL in methanol

 

POPs MIXTURES
With growing target lists, it becomes quite costly and involved to purchase all individual standards to formulate mixtures, bearing in mind the risk of error and even simple preparation variability contributing to uncertainty and variance in data.  In anticipation of adoption of JECS methods for POPs, Phenols/Parabens and Neonicotinoid/Neonicotinoid Metabolite analyses in other parts of the world, CIL offers mixtures compatible with the analyte groups targeted in the study.  The mixtures listed below were produced to support phases of the Japan Environment and Children’s Study (JECS) launched by Japan’s National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES).  For further reference, please see http://www.env.go.jp/chemi/ceh/en/about/advanced/material/jecs-study_protocol_14_en.pdf

Part number Description Concentration
ES-5620-A-L JECS PCB/POPs/PBDE Calibration Standards CS0L-CS9L in nonane
ES-5623-A JECS PCB/POPs/PBDE Native in nonane
ES-5628 JECS Phenol/Paraben Native Standard in methanol
ES-5629 JECS Phenol/Paraben Clean-Up Standard in methanol
ES-5630 JECS Phenol/Paraben Syringe Standard in methanol-OD
ES-5627 JECS Native Neonicotinoid Mixture in methanol
     

 

PHARMACEUTICAL AND PERSONAL CARE PRODUCTS (PPCP)
Bisphenol A (BPA) is a synthetic compound that has long been used in the production of a range of consumer products, including dyes used in thermal receipt paper, polycarbonate plastics, and epoxy resins.CIL has produced a deuterated BPA standard which can be used as a syringe or field spiking standard in conjunction with the 13C-labeled internal standard (CLM-4325-1.2).

Part number Description Concentration
DLM-2774-1.2 Bisphenol A (ring-3,3’,5,5’-D4, 97%) 100 µg/mL in methanol-OD

 

CHEMICAL WEAPON METABOLITES
Aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA) is one of the primary degradation products of the pesticide glyphosate, which is the key ingredient in the weed killer Roundup®. CIL continues to offer isotopically labeled standards for AMPA and has recently produced the native standard for qualitative analysis.

Part number Description Concentration
ULM-10880-1.2 Aminomethylphosphonic acid (AMPA) (unlabeled) 100 µg/mL in water
 
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New Products for Environmental Contaminants Standards