What is one thing that is found everywhere on Earth, even in the most sparsely populated regions of the world? PFAS! What’s PFAS, and how does it get everywhere? Watch to find out!
[Video Description: Barbara, a white woman wearing a long-sleeved black shirt, is standing in front of a gray background.
05:03 – An image of a PFAS compound with a long chain of Carbon and two Fluorine atoms linked to each Carbon and a tail of Oxygen and Hydrogen atoms (on the left).
06:52 – A full screen image: This video is sponsored by RIT/NTID Regional STEM Center. Below is a logo of RIT on the left with National Technical Institute for the Deaf on the right.]