Isolation and Quantification of Polyamide Cyclic Oligomers in Kitchen Utensils and Their Migration into Various Food Simulants

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Yutaka Abe; Motoh Mutsuga; Hiroyuki Ohno; Yoko Kawamura; Hiroshi Akiyama;
(2016)
  • Publisher: Public Library of Science
  • Journal: PLoS ONE, volume 11, issue 7 (issn: 1932-6203, eissn: 1932-6203)
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  • Identifiers: doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0159547, pmc: PMC4959713
  • Subject: Macromolecules | Dimers (Chemical physics) | Lipids | Research Article | Nylons | Chromatographic Techniques | Oligomers | Alcohols | Materials by Structure | Ethanol | Polymer Chemistry | Chemical Compounds | Agriculture | Physical Sciences | Acids | Organic Chemistry | Oils | Physics | Carboxylic Acids | Crop Science | Polymers | Agronomy | Plant Products | Chemistry | Formic Acid | Biology and Life Sciences | Materials Science | Research and Analysis Methods | Liquid Chromatography | Medicine | Q | R | High Performance Liquid Chromatography | Chemical physics | Science | Biochemistry | Vegetable Oils | Organic Compounds

Small amounts of cyclic monomers and oligomers are present in polyamide (PA)-based kitchen utensils. In this study, we isolated eight PA-based cyclic monomers and oligomers from kitchen utensils made from PA6 (a polymer of ε-caprolactam) and PA66 (a polymer of 1,6-diami... View more
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