- n. Plural form of plasticizer.
“The crisis surfaced late last month when Taiwanese food regulators discovered during routine testing six types of chemicals known as plasticizers, widely used to soften plastic containers, in foods, beverages and medicines.”
“Phthalates, also called plasticizers, found in plastic bottles, personal care products and medical devices.”
“Pthalates, also called plasticizers (ph), found in plastic bottles, personal care products and medical devices.”
“Rowan and Mikaela's levels of chemical exposure were two, three, and four times that of their parents for phthalates, also called plasticizers, found in plastic bottles, personal care products and medical devices.”
“Additional items, called plasticizers, are added afterward, depending on the desired form or plasticity you want for your PVC.”
“A wide range of different types and mixtures of plastics are used to make plastic containers many of which are not suitable for contact with food for they contain chemicals, known as plasticizers, that are toxic and can migrate from the plastic to the foods.”
“He also tested positive for a category of chemicals known as plasticizers, which are found in some IV bags used to store blood.”
“Posted on: Monday, 15 February 2010, 15: 10 CST Parts of a car's bodywork could one day double as its battery, according to the scientists have found a way of locking in harmful additives, called plasticizers, from seeping out of one of the most”
“Phthalates - These "plasticizers" are a group of industrial chemicals used to make plastics like polyvinyl chloride (PVC) more flexible and resilient.”
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