Title: Migration of benzophenone and diphenyl phthalate into selected foodstuffs
Language: English
Authors: Volansky, Peter 
Qualification level: Doctoral
Keywords: Migration; Benzophenon; Diphenylphthalat; Lebensmittel; Kunststoffverpackung; Testbedingungen; Polyethylen
Migration; Benzophenone; Diphenyl phthalate; Foodstuff; plastic packaging; test conditions; Polyethylene
Advisor: Steiner, Ingrid
Assisting Advisor: Simat, Thomas 
Issue Date: 2011
Number of Pages: 193
Qualification level: Doctoral
Im Rahmen des Foodmigrosure Projektes (Projektreferenz:
QLK1-CT2002-2390) wurden Migrationsversuche mit 17 unterschiedlichen Lebensmitteln unter verschiedenen Bedingungen (Zeit/Temperatur) durchgeführt. Es wurden analytische Methoden zur Bestimmung von Benzophenon und Diphenylphthalat in Lebensmitteln entwickelt und deren Migration aus einer Polyethylenfolie ins Lebensmittel als Funktion der Zeit untersucht. Darüberhinaus wurde der Einfluss von Temperatur auf die Migration untersucht und das Ausmaß der Migration in verschiedenen Lebensmittelgruppen verglichen. Der Einfluss des Fett- , Alkohol- und Wassergehaltes der Lebensmittel auf die Migration wurde diskutiert.

As a part of the Foodmigrosure project - Modelling migration from plastics into foodstuffs as a novel and cost efficient tool for estimation of consumer exposure from food contact material (Project reference: QLK1-CT2002-2390) - migration tests at various time/temperature conditions were conducted with 17 different foodstuffs using a polyethylene plastic film containing two model substances of interest, benzophenone and diphenyl phthalate. Straightforward analytical methods for determination of benzophenone and diphenyl phthalate in the selected foodstuffs were established and the extent of the migration was measured as a function of time. Furthermore the influence of the storage temperature on the migration was studied and the extent of the migration between different foodstuff groups was compared. Influence of food parameters like fat content, alcohol content or water content on the migration were discussed.
URI: https://resolver.obvsg.at/urn:nbn:at:at-ubtuw:1-46659
Library ID: AC07811622
Organisation: E166 - Institut für Verfahrenstechnik, Umwelttechnik und Technische Biowissenschaften 
Publication Type: Thesis
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