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Chemical method for the calibration of the 'Autoloop', a mechanized plate loop count instrument

, : Chemical method for the calibration of the 'Autoloop', a mechanized plate loop count instrument. XXI International Dairy Congress Vol 1, Book 2: 292

Milk containing 13% KI was sampled by the 'Autoloop' and the loop dipped into 25 ml distilled water.

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