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Official methods of Analysis of the AOAC. Volume 2. Food composition; additives; natural contaminants



Official methods of Analysis of the AOAC. Volume 2. Food composition; additives; natural contaminants



Official methods of Analysis of the AOAC (15th Edition): 685-1298



Official methods are designated first action or final action, and, in a few cases, procedures. A first action method has undergone collaborative study, has been recommended by the appropriate General Referee and Methods Committee, has been approved interim first action by the chairman of the Official Methods Board, and has been adopted official by the Association members at an annual meeting. A method may be adopted final action a minimum of 2 years after it has been adopted first action, and, again, after it has been recommended by the appropriate General Referee and Methods Committee and voted on by the Association members at an annual meeting. A sampling or sample preparation procedure or other type of procedure for which an interlaboratory collaborative study Is impractical may be adopted, as above, as a procedure. All methods in this book—first action, final action, or procedure—are official methods of AOAC.

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