A number of studies in the past three years have linked prolonged exposure of bisphenol A
to liver and pancreatic dysfunction and as a possible risk factor when it comes to increased rates of obesity and the onset of type-2 diabetes.
The major volatile product from the irradiation of bisphenol A
based polysulfone at 150[degrees]C was sulfur dioxide (S[O.
7 parts per million (ppm) of bisphenol A
in the solution.
Heinz use bisphenol A
because it reduces corrosion or leaking of tin into the food.
and Avera Chemicals are amid North America-based hydrogenated bisphenol A
manufacturers, while Atomax Chemicals Co.
In addition to the analytical part, the report provides a range of tables and figures which all together give a true insight into the national, regional and global markets for bisphenol A
Polycarbonate led the overall bisphenol A
market and accounted for a market share of 72.
8-2012, A Local Law to Reduce Exposure to Bisphenol A
in Suffolk County ("The Safer Sales Slip Act").
(BPA) was detected in 77% of urine samples after consumption of fresh soup and in 100% of samples after consumption of canned soup.
In experiments, newborn rats fed bisphenol A
, a building-block of many commonly-used plastics, were more likely to develop pre-cancerous cells as they aged.
By 2011, Minnesota retailers will be banned from selling children's products containing bisphenol A
, a chemical common in plastics that may have health risks, especially for infants.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, linking the chemical bisphenol A
to serious human diseases.