Food Chemicals Codex, Volumes 2-3
National Academies, Jan 1, 1981 - Food additives - 735 pages
The fourth edition of the Food Chemicals Codex is the culmination of efforts of the many members, past and present, of the Committee on Food Chemicals Codes (FCC). The current committee, formed in the fall of 1992 at the request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, has brought all these efforts to fruition with this edition.
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accurately weighed add 10 ml ammonium Arsenic Arsenic A Sample Arsenic Test Assay Not less beaker Calculate chloride chloroform colorless control Solution cool Determine as directed dilute to volume directed for organic directed in Method Dissolve distillation equivalent Erlenmeyer flask FEMA filter fixed oils heat Heavy Metals Test hydrochloric acid insoluble lead ion Pb Lead Limit Test Loss on Drying meets the requirements Metals as Pb methyl mixture ml of diluted ml of water Mol wt organic compounds meets Packaging and Storage Passes test perchloric acid phenolphthalein potassium hydroxide prepared as directed Proceed as directed propylene glycol Refractive Index REQUIREMENTS Identification Residue on Ignition sample as directed Sample Solution prepared Saponification Value sodium hydroxide sodium thiosulfate Solubility in Alcohol Specific Gravity Specific Rotation Storage Store Store in well-closed sulfate sulfuric acid TESTS Assay titrate Transfer tube u.g of lead volume with water volumetric flask WAVENUMBER