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BPA

Postby 5a23ee773dac4e4db9d8e9dc07a950b7 » Mon Jun 01, 2020 4:59 am

Hi, I have a question. How bpa's solubility in water change with temperature? or not change? I would appreciate the help

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Re: BPA

Postby charlesg » Sun Jun 07, 2020 12:32 pm

Hi,

Sounds like this would make for an interesting experiment. The Ask the Expert forums are for students in grades K-12 (and their parents and teachers) who are doing hands-on science projects. I can give you guidance on how to conduct such an experiment if you propose some thoughts. Otherwise, there are other sites on the internet where your questions would be more appropriate.

You would likely need to access to an advanced chemistry lab, because the concentration of BPA in bottled water tends to be very low at difficult to detect (even though it can be harmful at those levels).

Best,
Charles


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