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M. (Mohammad) Sadia

Faculty of Science
Institute for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Dynamics

Visiting address
  • Science Park 904
Postal address
  • Postbus 94240
    1090 GE Amsterdam
  • Publications


    • Sadia, M., Nollen, I., Helmus, R., Ter Laak, T. L., Béen, F., Praetorius, A., & van Wezel, A. P. (2023). Occurrence, Fate, and Related Health Risks of PFAS in Raw and Produced Drinking Water. Environmental Science and Technology.


    • Fiedler, H., Sadia, M., Baabish, A., & Sobhanei, S. (2022). Perfluoroalkane substances in national samples from global monitoring plan projects (2017–2019). Chemosphere, 307(3), [136038].
    • Sadia, M. (2022). Multivariate analysis of abiotic and biota samples for three perfluoroalkane acids. Frontiers in Analytical Science.


    • Camoiras González, P., Sadia, M., Baabish, A., Sobhanei, S., & Fiedler, H. (2021). Air monitoring with passive samplers for perfluoroalkane substances in developing countries (2017-2019). Chemosphere, 282, 131069.
    • Fiedler, H., & Sadia, M. (2021). Regional occurrence of perfluoroalkane substances in human milk for the global monitoring plan under the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants during 2016-2019. Chemosphere, 277, [130287].


    • Sadia, M., Yeung, L. W. Y., & Fiedler, H. (2020). Trace level analyses of selected perfluoroalkyl acids in food: Method development and data generation. Environmental Pollution, 263, [113721].
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