Study on Detection and Perniciousness of Migrating Plasticizerin Food Packaging of Roadside Stalls
Science Journal of Analytical Chemistry
Volume 6, Issue 1, January 2018, Pages: 7-11
Received: Mar. 27, 2018; Accepted: Apr. 15, 2018; Published: May 15, 2018
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Xie Ying, Department of Physics, Baoding University, Baoding, China
Xu Mingyuan, Department of Physics, Baoding University, Baoding, China; Research Department, Baoding University, Baoding, China
Ge Xusheng, Department of Physics, Baoding University, Baoding, China; Department of Chemistry, Baoding University, Baoding, China
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Abstract
This article focuses on the roadside stall foods that people eat in daily life as the research object, and concludes the plasticizer migration rules and characterization methods in food contact materials. We changed the experimental methods of existing food simulants and adopted real foods. Various types of foods were extracted and purified and detected by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry to obtain data on the migration amount of plasticizers in roadside food plastic packaging. At the same time, the relationship between the level of migration and the chemical composition of packaging materials, food categories, contact time, and exposure temperature was obtained. The work intends to alert people to pay attention to unhealthy habits in daily life, and to propose a series of feasible recommendations to keep people away from the hazards of plasticizers.
Keywords
Roadside Stall Food, Plasticizer, Migration, Hazard
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Xie Ying, Xu Mingyuan, Ge Xusheng, Study on Detection and Perniciousness of Migrating Plasticizerin Food Packaging of Roadside Stalls, Science Journal of Analytical Chemistry. Vol. 6, No. 1, 2018, pp. 7-11. doi: 10.11648/j.sjac.20180601.12
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