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What material often coats the inside of metal cans to prevent corrosion?
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What material often coats the inside of metal cans to prevent corrosion?
Bisphenol-A, a chemical known to potentially cause health problems, often coats the inside of cans to prevent metal corrosion from contaminating food.
  • Silicone
  • Bisphenol A (BPA)
  • Wax
  • Polyethylene
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  • tommy b. 18 days ago
    today
  • Audrey N. 18 days ago
    I was looking for tin
  • Randolph F. 18 days ago
    Years ago, they were lined with Tin (Sn) hence the name tin cans.
  • tommy b. 7 months ago
    today
  • Mary P. 1 year ago
    why isn't BPA nixed if it causes health problems?
    • Randy R. 17 days ago
      Some say because the government wants to take advantage of the effemination / weakening of mankind from the side effects. These chemicals are known to cause breasts in human men and turn male frogs female. "Producing make-up wearing metrosexuals".
      Akin to the government being fine making billion$ on pot sales (though pot smokers hold all the smoke in - making lungs blacker/ cancerous much faster) and all the dead heads being home, wasted, and too buzzed to figure out all the fraudulent things going on or just too fried to do anything about it!

      > > why isn't BPA nixed if it causes health problems > >

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