Separation and Analysis of Bisphenol Compounds in Consumer Receipt Papers

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Jennifer M. Nguyen, Kenneth D. Berthelette, and Thomas Swann
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This application note shows the analysis of eleven bisphenol compounds, including BPA, using a CORTECS UPLC Phenyl Column on an ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System.

The separation of eleven bisphenol compounds was achieved by using the CORTECS UPLC Phenyl Column with an ACQUITY UPLC H-Class System. By using this technology, baseline separation was achieved for each compound with a ten-minute-gradient run. The developed bisphenol screening method allows for the analysis of extracted bisphenols from consumer products such as receipts. Understanding how bisphenol compounds behave in the environment is critical to their use and regulation, and CORTECS UPLC Phenyl Columns are a useful tool in analyzing these hazardous compounds.


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