Marie Kubicova

Marie Kubicova
Technische Universität Dresden | TUD · Chair for Food Chemistry and Food and Skin Contact Materials

Food Chemist

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Publications (17)
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In terms of risk assessment especially for known and unknown substances migrating from food contact materials, quantification without corresponding reference substances currently poses a challenge. In the present study, the opportunity of a universal response quantification approach was evaluated by using a corona charged aerosol detector (CAD) for...
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Polyesters labelled as bio-based or compostable are increasingly common among the 'bioplastics' in use as food contact materials (FCM). The knowledge of material composition is mandatory to predict potential leachable oligomers as well as to partly evaluate the correctness of the label 'bioplastic', which is used for promotional purposes. The compo...
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Styrene-acrylonitrile-copolymer (SAN) and acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene-copolymer (ABS) are gaining in importance as food contact materials. Oligomers and other non-intentionally added substances can migrate into foodstuffs. Five SAN and four ABS samples from the German market and manufacturers were extracted and the extractable oligomers were ch...
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Oligomers are a significant group of migrating substances from food contact materials made of polyesters like polybutylene terephthalate (PBT). Twenty-three cyclic and linear oligomers with different end groups including olefin-terminated oligomers, which are associated with thermal stress of the material, were tentatively identified in PBT extract...
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Thermal papers (e.g. point of sale receipts, adhesive labels, tickets) significantly contribute to contamination of paper material cycles and the environment with substances of (eco-) toxicological concern. In particular, they contain color developers like endocrine disrupting bisphenols in typical concentrations of about 1–2 percent per weight (wt...
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Der Charged-Aerosol-Detektor (CAD) stellt eine innovative Detektionsmöglichkeit von schwerflüchtigen Analyten in der Hochleistungsflüssigchromatographie (HPLC) dar. Es handelt sich um einen unspezifischen, massen-proportionalen Detektor, der in Analogie zum verwandten Evaporative-Light-Scattering-Detektor (ELSD) schwerflüchtige Substanzen, unabhäng...

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Projects (3)
Project
- material characterization (e.g. coatings, plastics) - extractables, leachables, migrateables studies - method development for identification and quantification of NIAS