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Determination Method of Volatile Organic Compounds in Scented Stationary
Poster Title: Determination Method of Volatile Organic Compounds in Scented Stationary
Submitted on 29 Nov 2021
Author(s): Tylor Keller
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Abstract: At present, the developed countries have not put forward the requirements for the volatile organic compounds of stationery, but only issued the relevant requirements for toy products. The EU issued the EU Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC, which points out that it should not contain 55 allergenic aromatic compounds, including aldehydes, alcohols, ketones and esters, etc. If trace amounts of these fragrances are technically unavoidable under good production practices, they are allowed to contain no more than 100 mg/kg, and are required to be labeled. This application note introduces the determination methods of volatile organic compounds in scented stationary and toy, including solvent extraction, headspace, purge and trap, micro - chamber and direct thermal analysis, and analysis their advantages and disadvantages.Summary: In order to attract the attention of primary and secondary school students or cover up the unpleasant smell, manufacturers often add fragrant substances to stationery. However, these fragrant substances are usually composed of dozens to hundreds of aromatic volatile organic compounds, some of which may have an impact on the health of primary and secondary school students.References: abuse »
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