Interesting…I am not aware of any anti-oxidant that is Slime Green… but then again I am not aware of all the anti-oxidant makers either(they are not members of the association I represent) and I do happen to have a few ideas of where it may have came from.
- This panel was used on an episode of Nickelodeon and got slimed.
- It was a successful electrocution of Slimmer (the Ghost from Ghost Busters).
Other than that I would have to agree with the Data Bulletin provided by Jeffrey.
However, what I can add is that this is not typical in terms of emulsification of plasticizer. In fact, I would venture to say it is VERY rare and condition specific. Also it tends to be Yellow and not green but then again it may depend on the plasticizer material used.
Anyway, to determine this was indeed a rare case of emulsification would take an extensive investigations into the makeup of the material and composition of the oily substance. .