EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
53,214,146
Abstracts:
29,074,682
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. 5. Possibilities for simultaneous analysis of the protein and fat content in homogenized whole milk


Nahrung 34(6): 539-547
The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. 5. Possibilities for simultaneous analysis of the protein and fat content in homogenized whole milk
A new method for simultaneous analysis of the protein and fat content in milk, based on the use of UV spectroscopy, is described. The milk is homogenized to produce fat globules with mean diam. of <=1 micro m, then diluted with a 0.6% solution of alkylsulphate or alkylpolykolethersulphate. The absorption difference, A205 - A233, shows the highest correlation with the protein concn., while absorbance at 295 nm has the best correlation with the fat content.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service: $29.90)

Accession: 001982626



Related references

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of uv spectral photometry part 5. possibilities for simultaneous analysis of the protein and fat content in homogenized unskimmed milk. Nahrung 34(6): 539-547, 1990

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. 7. The milk analyser MAG 100 (Carl Zeiss Jena GmbH) as a possibility for simultaneous measurement of protein and fat content in raw milk on the dairy farm. Nahrung 39(2): 139-148, 1995

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectral photometry: Part 7: The milk analyzer MAG 100 (Carl Zeiss Jena GmbH) as possibility for simultaneous measuring of the protein and fat content in raw milk on the dairy farm. Nahrung 39(2): 139-148, 1995

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. 4. The estimation of protein from preserved milk samples. Nahrung 31(8): 801-807, 1987

The quantitative determination of protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. 2. The suitability of the difference of absorbance at 235 and 280 nm for quantitative milk protein analysis. Die Nahrung 28(10): 1019-1027, 1984

Quantitative estimation of the protein content of milk by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. Nahrung = Food6(6): 519-525, 1982

Quantitative estimation of milk protein content by means of ultraviolet spectrophotometry. 6. Review of various methods in the range from 185 to 260 nm and of double wavelength measurements and their suitability for protein estimation. Nahrung 37(5): 484-493, 1993

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectral photometry. 2. Suitability of the difference of absorbance at 235 and 280 mm for quantitative milk-protein analysis. Nahrung = Food8(10): 1019-1027, 1984

The quantitative estimation of the protein content in milk by means of ultraviolet spectral photometry 2. on the suitability of the difference of absorbance at 235 and 280 nanometers for quantitative milk protein analysis. Nahrung 28(10): 1019-1027, 1984

The quantitative determination of the protein content of milk by means of violet spectral photometry. 7. The milk analyzer MAG 100 (Carl Zeiss Jena GmbH)--a possibility for simultaneous measurement of protein and fat content in raw milk at the dairy farm. Die Nahrung 39(2): 139-148, 1995