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Figure S1. Linear pressure dependence of the optimized fluorous monolithic capillary column on the flow rate of water and ACN. The pressures were normalized to a column length of 10 cm.

Figure S2-1. Adsorption isotherm of PFOS to the optimal monolith.

Figure S2-2. Adsorption isotherm of PFOA to the optimal monolith. ♦ represents PFOA was independently adsorbed to the monolith; ▲ represents adsorption isotherm of PFOA wthen PFOA and PFOS were simultaneously adsorbed to the monolith.

Table S1. Effects of composition of feed mixtures on properties of the obtained monolithic columns

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