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  • Extractables & Leachables

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    Waters provides a wide range of technologies that enable accurate, rapid and cost effective identification of extractable, leachable and NIAS contaminants.
  • Advanced Analytical Tools for Monitoring Food Packaing Materials

    Content Type: On Demand Webinar | Content Subtype: Compliance and Regulatory Format: | Date(s): September 12, 2017
    In this webinar, the view of a coating producer will be presented for the evaluation of packaging safety: learn how high resolution mass spectrometry is being used for migrants characterization to identify and quantify unknown analytes.
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    Analytical Solutions for Extractables, Leachables, and Migration Testing

    Content Type: Literature | Content Subtype: Brochures Format: PDF File Size: 4138.6kB | Date(s): May 25, 2017
    Waters provides analytical solutions to reliably and cost-effectively identify and quantify extractables, leachables, and food contact materials (FCMs) for packaging producers and product manufacturers across a wide range of industries.
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    Evaluating DESI Imaging and High Resolution Mass Spectrometry to Improve an Industrial Component Cle...

    Content Type: Posters | Content Subtype: ASMS Format: PDF File Size: 1004.66kB | Date(s): January 10, 2017
    In this poster note, learn how DESI imaging and HRMS can be used for the analysis of stainless steel components to optimize industrial cleaning processes.
  • Evaluating Extractable & Leachable Profiles of 3D Printed Medical Devices Using High Resolution Mass...

    Content Type: On Demand Webinar | Content Subtype: Compliance and Regulatory Format: | Date(s): January 17, 2017
    In this on-demand webinar, learn how high resolution mass spectrometry data generated from the Xevo G2-XS QTof provides a useful platform for identifying unknown analytes in 3D printed materials. Hosted by C&EN.
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    Quantifying Primary Aromatic Amines in Polyamide Kitchenware Using the ACQUITY UPLC I-Class System a...

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 556.42kB | Date(s): September 19, 2016
    In this application note we describe a LC-MS/MS method for the analysis of 23 common PAAs in kitchenware after migration using the ACQUITY UPLC I-Class System coupled to a Xevo TQ-S micro Mass Spectrometer.
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    Infographic: Simplifying the Screening Workflow for Extractables Testing

    Content Type: Marketing/Online Tools | Content Subtype: Infographic Format: PDF File Size: 1870.53kB | Date(s): June 23, 2016
    The UNIFI Scientific Information System provides a simple workflow for extractables testing, including scientific library creation, multivariate statistical analysis, elucidation, and reporting.
  • Analytical Challenges of Food Contact Materials

    Content Type: On Demand Webinar | Content Subtype: Compliance and Regulatory Format: | Date(s): March 28, 2016
    In this on-demand webinar, expert Prof Dr. Cristina Nerin describes the latest analytical tools and methods for the identification and quantification of food contact materials (FCMs). Hosted by C&E News
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    Extractables, Leachables and Food Contact Materials Application Notebook

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notebooks Format: PDF File Size: 6261.98kB | Date(s): May 05, 2016
    Waters provides a wide range of solutions that enable accurate, rapid, and cost effective identification of extractable, leachable, and NIAS contaminants.
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    Screening Workflow for Extractables Testing Using the UNIFI Scientific Information System

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Technical Notes Format: PDF File Size: 2024.23kB | Date(s): April 26, 2016
    This technical note describes a simple workflow and methodology for the screening and characterization of cosmetics, 3D printing media, food, and pharmaceutical packaging extractable applications.
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    Non-Targeted Screening Analysis of Packaging Extracts Using the UNIFI Scientific Information System

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 2207.96kB | Date(s): March 24, 2015
    This application note describes an LC-MS and Informatics workflow, which employs high-resolution mass spectrometry, that can be adopted for cosmetics, food, and pharmaceutical packaging extractable applications.
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    The Identification and Structural Elucidation of Potential Migrants from Paper and Board Food Packag...

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 1811.35kB | Date(s): February 06, 2013
    This application note describes the analysis of paper and board food packaging extracts. This method enables confident identification of previously unknown compounds with the potential to migrate into foodstuffs.
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    Streamlining Current Approaches for Extractable Analysis Utilizing Waters MV-10 ASFE and ACQUITY UPC...

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 2413.34kB | Date(s): November 15, 2012
    This application note addresses the analysis of extractables in the pharmaceutical and food packaging industries.
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    Application of UPC2 in Extractables Analysis

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 2478.6kB | Date(s): November 05, 2012
    Four different types of packaging material were extracted and screened for 14 common polymer additives. The UPC2 analysis was compared to GC and UPLC chromatographic profiles. The UPC2 analysis provided a two-fold improvement in run time compared to UPLC,...
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    Identifying Leachables and Extractables from Packaging Materials

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 2711.64kB | Date(s): June 13, 2012
    In this application note, the identification of three different types of extractables is shown: an antioxidant, a monomer and a degradant of a monomer.
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    Detection and Identification of Extractable Compounds from Polymers

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 1475.14kB | Date(s): January 23, 2012
    APGC/QTof with MS(E) allows elemental composition determination of compounds that could not otherwise be identified.
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    Chemical Analysis of Food Packaging Migrants and Other Chemical Contaminants in Infant Formula Using...

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 1977.11kB | Date(s): April 08, 2011
    In this application note, an approach is described using TOF screening and a chemometric workflow to compare the similarities and differences between packaging materials, and to identify food packaging migrants in infant formula containers.
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    High Throughput Screening of Food Contact Materials

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 2490.79kB | Date(s): December 03, 2010
    This application note details the analysis of nylon kitchen utensils for PAAs and will show how the latest advances in mass spectrometer probe design help to achieve this goal.
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    One-Minute Method for the Screening of Phthalates in Toys at Regulatory Limits Using UPLC/MS and Emp...

    Content Type: Application Notes | Content Subtype: Application Notes Format: PDF File Size: 1993kB | Date(s): November 16, 2010
    This application note describes a screening method for 14 phthalates (6 of which are legislated) in one minute,