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- Perring, Loïc, et al. Show all 2 Author
- Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 2002 v.374 no.2 pp. 235-243
- absorption; acidity; air; anthocyanins; atomic absorption spectrometry; canned foods; cans; copper; corrosion; food contamination; food matrix; headspace analysis; indium; iron; microwave treatment; nitrates; oxygen; packaging materials; pesticides; pollution; processed foods; storage temperature; storage time; strontium; surveys; tin
- ... Tin is considered to be a priority contaminant by the Codex Alimentarius Commission. Tin can enter foods either from natural sources, environmental pollution, packaging material or pesticides. Higher concentrations are found in processed food and canned foods. Dissolution of the tinplate depends on the of food matrix, acidity, presence of oxidising reagents (anthocyanin, nitrate, iron and copper) ...