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Techniques to measure sorption and migration between small molecules and packaging. A critical review

Abstract : The mass transfer parameters diffusion and sorption in food and packaging or between them are the key parameters for assessing a food product's shelf-life in reference to consumer safety. This has become of paramount importance owing to the legislations set by the regulated markets. The technical capabilities that can be exploited for analyzing product-package interactions have been growing rapidly. Different techniques categorized according to the state of the diffusant (gas or liquid) in contact with the packaging material are emphasized in this review. Depending on the diffusant and on the analytical question under review, the different ways to study sorption and/or migration are presented and compared. Some examples have been suggested to reach the best possible choice, consisting of a single technique or a combination of different approaches.
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Ashish Kadam, Thomas Karbowiak, Andrée Voilley, Frederic Debeaufort. Techniques to measure sorption and migration between small molecules and packaging. A critical review. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, Wiley, 2015, 95 (7), pp.1395-1407. ⟨10.1002/jsfa.6872⟩. ⟨hal-02510665⟩

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