Analysis of Bisphenol A Leaching from Baby Feeding Bottles
5 Apr 2012

This application note describes a method to quantify bisphenol A and a structurally similar analog bisphenol F extracted from baby feeding bottles. Bisphenol A can leach out from the plastic surfaces of food containers and has been detected in various matrices such as plasma, urine and groundwater. Bipshenol A is an endocrine disruptor, which can mimic the body’s own hormones.

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