By T. R. Crompton
Plastics are actually getting used on a wide scale for the packaging of fatty and aqueous foodstuffs and drinks, either alcoholic and non-alcoholic. hence it really is most probably that a few move of polymer ingredients will ensue - adventitious impurities akin to monomers, oligomers, catalyst remnants and residual polymerisation solvents and occasional molecular weight polymer fractions - from the plastic into the packaged fabric with the ensuing threat of a poisonous danger to the patron. This ebook covers all points of the migration of additions into foodstuff and provides unique info at the analytical decision of the ingredients in numerous plastics. This booklet should be of curiosity to these engaged within the implementation of packaging laws, together with administration, analytical chemists and the brands of meals, drinks, prescription drugs and cosmetics and likewise medical and toxicologists within the packaging undefined. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Using 50% w/v Ethanol/Water as Extractant Dispense a 10 ml sample of the extractant liquid into a 1 cm quartz absorption cell. Fill an identical cell with 50% w/v ethanol solution. Measure the optical density at 250 nm. Calculate the Santonox concentration of the solution by reference to a calibration curve for Santonox in 50% w/v ethanol/water. 44 Determination of Antioxidants • Using 5% w/v Sodium Carbonate Solution as Extractant Shake the vessel containing the test extractant vigorously. 1 ml of the extractant and transfer to a 100 ml volumetric flask.
This raises questions regarding the toxicity of the additives, the amounts which transfer and the possible implications of this, from the toxicity point of view, as far as the food consumer is concerned. Non-polymeric components are present in plastics either unavoidably as a result of the process of manufacture, or as the result of deliberate additions to the plastic in order to improve some aspect of ease of manufacture or final polymer properties. Thus, non-polymeric components can be subdivided into three groups: • Polymerisation residues, • Processing aids, and • End-product additives.
The selection of the types of compounds used as antistatic additives is governed by complex considerations, one of which is that it should have the correct degree of compatability with the base polymer which will enable it to migrate to the polymer surface at a controlled rate during service life. The majority of antistatic agents now in use are either glycol derivatives or quarternary ammonium salt derivatives. Lauric diethanolamide is a typical antistatic additive used in the formulation of polyolefins.
Additive Migration from Plastics into Food; A Guide for Analytical Chemists by T. R. Crompton