Chromatography for Sustainable Polymeric Materials: by Lina Burman, Ann-Christine Albertsson (auth.), Ann-Christine

By Lina Burman, Ann-Christine Albertsson (auth.), Ann-Christine Albertsson, Minna Hakkarainen (eds.)

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5 Migration from Polymeric Food Contact Material . Acetaldehyde and Terephthalic Acid in PET Bottles . Butylated Hydroxytoluene in Bottled Drinking Water Bisphenol-type Contaminants . . . . . . . Phthalate Esters . . . . . . . . . . . Butyltin Compounds in Beverage and Food Packaging . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43 44 44 44 45 45 6 Migration from Pharmaceutical Packaging and Medical Materials .

Polymer and aging Extracted compounds Fiber Bortoluzzi, Pinheiro, Carasek, Soldi [29] Polypropylene Alkenes, alkanes, alkadienes PDMS CAR-PDMS Ezquerro, Pons, Tena [22–25, 27] Multi-layer packaging thermo-oxidation during extrusion coating process Ketones, aldehydes, carboxylic acids, hydrocarbons CAR-PDMS Gallet, Erlandsson, Albertsson, Karlsson [20] Poly(ethylene oxidepropylene oxideethylene oxide) thermo-oxidation Formates, acetates, carboxylic acids, aldehydes CW-DVB Gallet, Lempiäinen, Karlsson [35] Poly(L-lactide) soil burial Lactide, lactic acid lactoyl lactate CW-DVB Gröning, Hakkarainen [14–16, 18] Polyamide 66 thermo-oxidation Cyclopentanones, pyridines, cyclic imides, amides, carboxylic acids, caprolactam PDMS-DVB Hakkarainen, Albertsson, Karlsson [9] Polyethylene Thermo-oxidation Ketones, carboxylic acids, furanones, ketoacids CW-DVB PDMS Hakkarainen [19, 36] Poly(vinyl chloride)/ polycaprolactonecarbonate blend Thermo-oxidation, hydrolysis 6-Hydroxyhexanoic acid, caprolactone PDMS-DVB Hall, Patel [30] Polysiloxane rubber thermal degradation Cyclic oligomers PDMS Khabbaz, Albertsson, Karlsson [10, 11] Khabbaz, Albertsson [12] Polyethylene thermo-oxidation photo-oxidation Hydrocarbons, ketones, esters, carboxylic acids, ketoacids, furanones, alcohols, aldehydes CW-DVB PDMS Rogalewicz, Voelkel [32] Poly(methyl methacrylate) thermal degradation Methyl methacrylate, additives PDMS Vance, Alviso, Harvey [31] Polysulfide thermal degradation 1,3,6,7-dioxadithionane, other cyclic products CAR-PDMS monomer in polystyrene that was heated for different times and drawn into different shapes during the manufacturing process has been determined by HS-GC-MS [37].

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