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Standard type:Hausverfahren
Name:Hausverfahren PV055
Designation:10 ppb Screening von Bedarfsgegenständen mittels GC-MS/FID

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SML (specific migration limit) analysis of individual substances for compliance assessment
Quantitative analysis of substances with limits (SML, SML(T), QM, QMA etc.) or non-evaluated substances by gas chromatography (e. g. HS-GC, GC/MS), liquid chromatography (e. g. HPLC/MS), mass spectrometry with inductively coupled plasma (ICP-MS) in food simulants or foodstuffs after migration or (residual) content determination in the material or article.

10 ppb screening or NIAS screening (non-target analysis) semiquantitative
Semi-quantitative screening for the presence of NIAS (non-intentionally added substances) or some SML substances by GC/MS after migration with food simulant ethanol 95% for foods with hydrophilic or lipophilic properties or simulant E (poly(2,6-diphenyl-p-phenylene oxide or Tenax ®) for dry foods. In principle, substances with molecular weights of approx. 100 - 700 Dalton (or approx. 100 -700 g/mol) can be detected.

GC-MS- Screening (non-target analysis) semiquantitative
GC-MS (gas chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry) screening is a method for the comparative, semi-quantitative evaluation of liquid samples with regard to identity, purity and presence of impurities. The substances detectable by this method are, as with any method limited, here by their molar mass and polarity. The method can be used, for example, to analyze solvent samples and solvent-based surface extracts for impurities. A typical field of application is the investigation of adhesion problems from the printing, laminating and labeling sector. Substances with molecular weights of appr. 100- 700 Dalton (resp. app. 100- 700 g/mol) are principally detectable.

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