The determination of bisphenol A (BPA) especially in preserved food needs a fast and reliable extraction and analysis method. This is due to the controversial discussion among the toxicology of BPA and the human exposition towards this substance. The samples are extracted with the SpeedExtractor E-916 and analyzed with a LC-MS method. Based on the fact that the amount of BPA in the post-extraction runs was below the LOQ, extraction yields can be considered as complete.
Determination of bisphenol A in preserved food
SpeedExtractor E-916: Determination of bisphenol A in preserved food using the SpeedExtractor E-916
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