bisphenol A


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bisphenol A

[bī′sfēn·ȯl ′ā]
(organic chemistry)
(CH3)2C(C6H5OH)2 Brown crystals that are insoluble in water; used in the production of phenolic and epoxy resins.
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Previously, we have investigated the presence of different organic compounds, such as Bisphenol A (BPA) or Nonylphenol in plastics in contact with water (Guart et al.
Certain chemical substances, such as bisphenol A or phthalates are used widely in everyday products.
Polycarbonate resin produced from bisphenol A has been used as a material for a light guide plate, suitable, for example, for use in a portable phone, a portable game machine, or a car navigation system, because of its transparency and thermal resistance, coupled with low moisture absorption and toughness.
Many parents have heard of potential health risks from phthalates or bisphenol A in plastics.
Employing the lessons in risk communication, a physician might first define the exposure to these substances by saying that phthalates and bisphenol A are plasticizers that are added to common products because they add flexibility and durability, Dr.
The European Union's allowable daily intake threshold of the organic compound bisphenol A (BPA) does not need to change, the European Food Safety Agency said Sept.