• NF EN 12868 : 2017

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    CHILD USE AND CARE ARTICLES - METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE RELEASE OF N-NITROSAMINES AND N-NITROSATABLE SUBSTANCES FROM ELASTOMER OR RUBBER TEATS AND SOOTHERS

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    Published date:  01-12-2013

    Publisher:  Association Francaise de Normalisation

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    La présente norme européenne spécifie des méthodes permettant d'isoler, d'identifier et de doser les N-nitrosamines et les substances N-nitrosables extraites des tétines et des sucettes en élastomère ou caoutchouc par la salive artificielle.

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    Development Note Indice de classement: D25-250. (11/2002) PR NF EN 12868 June 2015. (05/2016)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Association Francaise de Normalisation
    Status Current

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    NF EN 14350-2 : 2004 CHILD USE AND CARE ARTICLES - DRINKING EQUIPMENT - PART 2: CHEMICAL REQUIREMENTS AND TESTS
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