PFSA and PFCA pellets were used for melt-blending and supplied by Shandong Dongyue Shenzhou New Material Co.
The decomposition temperature of both PFSA and PFCA is above 320[degrees]C , The PFSA/PFCA blends were prepared by compounding the polymers at 260[degrees]C in a Brabender Rheomix batch mixer equipped with two counter rotating rotors with a 70 cm3 mixing chamber.
First, White's (1985) ideal geometric tower placement was overlaid on a map of PFCA.
6 m x 10 cm, were established throughout PFCA (Figure 2).
Although humans are exposed to an increasing amount of unknown organofluorine-containing molecules (Yeung and Mabury 2016), most pharmacokinetic research has focused on PFCAs and PFSAs.
Although they are structurally similar to PFCAs and PFSAs, there is a paucity of literature on perfluoroalkyl phosphinic and phosphonic acids (PFPiAs and PFPAs, respectively), which have the general structure of [F[(C[F.
In the present study, we included 223 term infants (gestational weeks 37-42, based on the date of mother's last menstrual period) who had both prenatal PFCA measures and birth outcomes in the present study.
Prenatal exposure to PFOA and 4 long-chain PFCAs (PFNA, PFDeA, PFUnDA, and PFDoDA) was estimated from third-trimester maternal serum PFCA concentrations.
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Although humans are exposed directly to PFCAs
in food and dust, the pharmacokinetic parameters determined here suggest that PAP exposure should be considered a significant indirect source of human PFCA