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The Plastic Materials and Articles in Contact with Food (Amendment) (Scotland) Regulations 2000

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PART VLIST OF MONOMERS TRANSFERRED FROM SECTION B TO SECTION A OF PART I OF SCHEDULE 1 TO THE PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS

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Item No. in Section BItem No. in Section APM/REF No.CAS No.NameRestrictions and Specifications
513A11000050976-02-8Acrylic acid, dicyclopentadienyl esterThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 0.05 mg/6 dm2
613B11245002156-97-0Acrylic acid, dodecyl esterThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg (1)
923A12265004074-90-2Adipic acid, divinyl esterThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 5 mg/kg; for use only as comonomer
1233A13060004422-95-11,3,5-Benzenetricarboxylic acid trichlorideThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 0.05 mg/6 dm2 (measured as 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylic acid)
1649A13780002425-79-81,4-Butanediol bis(2,3-epoxypropyl) etherThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 1 mg/kg (expressed as epoxy group, molecular weight equal to 43)
1952A14020000098-54-44-tert-ButylphenolThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
2273A15130000872-05-91-DeceneThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
3088A16360000576-26-12,6-DimethylphenolThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
3288B16450000646-06-01,3-DioxolaneThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
37111A18220068564-88-5N-Heptylaminoundecanoic acidThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg (1)
41118A18820000592-41-61-HexeneThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 3 mg/kg
42121A19060000109-53-5Isobutyl vinyl etherThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 5 mg/kg
43121B19150000121-91-5Isophthalic acidThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 5 mg/kg
49130A19990000079-39-0MethacrylamideThe specific migration of this substance shall be not detectable (when measured by a method with a limit of detection of 0.02 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included)
50131A20050000096-05-9Methacrylic acid, allyl esterThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
55135A20530002867-47-2Methacrylic acid, 2-(dimethylamino)ethyl esterThe specific migration of this substance shall be not detectable (when measured by a method with a limit of detection of 0.02 mg/kg, analytical tolerance included)
61145A21730000563-45-13-Methyl-1-buteneThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 0.006 mg/6 dm2 For use only in polypropylene
70159A22937001623-05-8Perfluoropropyl perfluorovinyl etherThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
71173A23770000504-63-21,3-PropanediolThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
72177A23920000105-38-4Propionic acid, vinyl esterSML (T) = 6 mg/kg (2) (expressed as acetaldehyde)
74198A24760026914-43-2Styrenesulphonic acidThe specific migration of this substance shall not exceed 0.05 mg/kg
8322426170003195-78-6N-Vinyl-N-methylacetamideThe quantity of this substance in the finished plastic material or article shall not exceed 2 mg/kg

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