New research developments on acrylamide: analytical chemistry, formation mechanism, and mitigation recipes.

@article{Zhang2009NewRD,
  title={New research developments on acrylamide: analytical chemistry, formation mechanism, and mitigation recipes.},
  author={Yu Zhang and Yiping Ren and Ying Zhang},
  journal={Chemical reviews},
  year={2009},
  volume={109 9},
  pages={
          4375-97
        }
}
Acrylamide, a colorless and odorless crystalline powder with a melting point of 84.5 °C, is soluble in water, acetone, and ethanol. Acrylamide has a high mobility in soil and groundwater and is biodegradable.1 Long-term exposure to acrylamide may cause damage to the nervous system both in humans and in animals to a certain extent.2 Meanwhile, acrylamide is also regarded as a potentially genetic and reproductive toxin3 with mutagenic and carcinogenic properties in both in Vitro and in ViVo… CONTINUE READING

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