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This laboratory manual was written to accompany the textbook, Food Analysis, fifth edition. The laboratory exercises are tied closely to the text. When preparing raw food it's important to be hygienic and store your edibles safely. Using a big tablespoon, By eati Numerical Analysis (Second Edition). Food Analysis Laboratory Manual Second Edition For other titles published in this series, go to computerescue.info Food Analysis Laboratory Manual.

Allow samples to cool in the hood before remov- The samples should be clear but neon green , ing the aspirating fume trap from the digestion unit. Otherwise, adhere to normal laboratory safety proce- 6. Take samples off the digestion block and allow dures.

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The waste of combined sulfuric acid and sodium to cool with the exhaust system still turned on. Carefully dilute digest with an appropriate ensure it is pH 3—9 , so it can be discarded down the volume of dd water. Swirl each tube. However, for disposing any chemical wastes, follow good laboratory practices out- II.

Distillation lined by environmental health and safety protocols at 1. Follow appropriate procedure to start up your institution. In this distillation process, a set volume of NaOH solution will Blank 1 — — — — be delivered to the tube and a steam generator 2 — — — — will distill the sample for a set period of time.

Upon completing distillation of one sample, Sample 1 proceed with a new sample tube and receiv- 2 ing flask. Titration Questions 1. Record the normality of the standardized 1. H2SO4 was used to digest the sample, how many millili- 2. How to calibrate the instrument.

Molarity of conc. Could phenolphthalein be used as an indicator in the Kjeldahl titration? Why or why not? Titrate each sample and 3. Describe the function of the following chemicals used in blank to an endpoint pH of 4. Record vol- this determination: If using a colorimetric endpoint, put a b Borate magnetic stir bar in the receiver flask, place c H2SO4 it on a stir plate, and keep the solution stir- d NaOH ring briskly while titrating. Titrate each 4. Why was it not necessary to standardize the boric acid sample and blank with the standardized solution?

HCl solution to the first faint gray color. Explain how the factor used to calculate the percent pro- Record volume of HCl titrant used. Data and Calculations 6.

For each of the disadvantages of the Kjeldahl method, give Calculate the percent nitrogen and the percent pro- another protein analysis method that overcomes at least tein for each of your duplicate or triplicate corn flour partially that disadvantage. The corn flour sample you analyzed was not a dried sample.

Use 6. Determine the protein content of corn flour using the nitrogen combustion method. In the assay, the the appropriate slot for the sample number. Sample and to release nitrogen gas and other products i. The other products are removed, and the nitrogen is quantitated by gas chromatography using Data and Calculations a thermal conductivity detector.

Record the percent nitrogen content for each of your duplicate or triplicate corn flour samples. Calculate Chemicals protein content from percent nitrogen data, and determine the average percent protein.

The corn flour CAS No. Hazards sample you analyzed was not a dried sample. Report percent protein results on a wet weight basis wwb and Ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid, Irritant on a dry weight basis dwb.

The other chemicals used are specific to each manufac- turer for the columns within the instrument. Supplies Questions 1. What are the advantages of the nitrogen combustion Used by students method compared to the Kjeldahl method?

If you analyzed the corn flour sample by both the Kjeldahl Equipment and nitrogen combustion methods, compare the results. Chang SKC Protein analysis. Nielsen SS ed Weigh appropriate amount of sample into a tared Food analysis, 4th edn.

Springer, New York sample cup on an analytical balance. Sample weight AOAC International Official methods of analysis, will be coordinated with sample number in autosam- 18th edn, ; Current through revision 2, On-line. Remove sample from Method Although the method detects almost all carbohydrates, the absorptivity of the different carbohydrates varies.

These compounds then react with phenol to produce a yellow-gold color. For products that are high in hexose sugars, and use good lab technique. The concentrated H2SO4 is glucose is commonly used to create the standard curve, very corrosive e.

The color nol is toxic and must be discarded as hazardous waste. In this experiment, you will create a standard curve with a glucose standard solution, use Supplies it to determine the carbohydrate concentration of soft drinks and beer, then calculate the caloric content of Used by students those beverages. Carbohydrate analysis. Then, pipette 1. Dilute to volume with dd water.

Seal flask with Para- Instructions are given for analysis in duplicate. Standard curve tubes: These tubes will be used to cre- Recommended dilution scheme for 1: Record caloric content from label: You will ana- volumetric flask, and dilute to volume lyze for total carbohydrate content: Seal flask with Parafilm and and diet soft drink of the same brand, or 2 a mix well.

Before 5. Phenol addition: Mix on a Vortex test 3.

Decarbonate the beverages: With the bever- tube mixer. H2SO4 addition: Shake 5. The sulfuric acid reagent should gently at first try not to foam the sample if it be added rapidly to the test tube. Direct the is beer and continue gentle shaking until no stream of acid against the liquid surface rather observable carbon dioxide bubbles appear. If than against the side of the test tube in order there is any noticeable suspended material in to obtain good mixing. These reactions are the beverage, filter the sample before analysis.

Sample tubes: So the sample tested will contain of H2SO4 to an aqueous sample. After ized. Mix on a Vortex test tube mixer. Let tubes dilution as indicated, pipette 1. Vortex the test tubes again before reading the absorbance. Dilution Volume assayed ml 7. Reading absorbance: Wear gloves to pour Soft drink samples from test tubes into cuvettes. Do not Regular 1: Retain this blank sample in one Lite 1: Read your standard Sample table: Absorbance Spectra: Use one of the duplicate 18 Soft drink, 1: Zero the spectropho- Equation of the line: Construct a standard curve for your total carbo- ond table below.

Calculate the concentration of glucose in your into account the dilution and volume assayed. Glucose equivalent 4. Plot the absorbance spectra obtained by measur- 11 Std. What are the advantages, disadvantages, and sources of diet error for this method to determine total carbohydrates? Your lab technician performed the phenol—H2SO4 analysis on 17 Beer, reg.

What most likely 6. Was it best to have read the absorbance for the standard caused these results? Describe what happened. Explain why a wave- 3. Show all calculations. If you had not been told to do a fold dilution of This laboratory was developed with input from Dr a soft drink sample, and if you know the approximate Joseph Montecalvo, Jr.

Nielsen content on the food label? Springer, New York ries explain any differences? Anal Chem The U. The instability of Vitamin C makes it more dif- dard.

Record this weight. Transfer to a mL volu- ficult to ensure an accurate listing of Vitamin C content metric flask. Dilute to volume immediately before use on the nutrition label. Method Close the bottle with a stopper or lid and store refrigerated until used.

Official Methods of Analysis, 18th ed. Add and stir to dissolve 7. Vitamin with distilled water. Filter through fluted filter analysis.

Close the bottle with a stop- Springer, New York. Filter juices through cheesecloth to avoid problems with pulp when pipetting. Record Principle of Method from the nutrition label for each product the Ascorbic acid reduces the indicator dye to a colorless percent of the Daily Value for Vitamin C. At the endpoint of titrating an ascorbic acid- containing sample with dye, excess unreduced dye is Hazards, Precautions, and Waste Disposal a rose-pink color in the acid solution.

The titer of the Preparation of reagents involves corrosives. Use appro- dye can be determined using a standard ascorbic acid priate eye and skin protection. Otherwise, adhere to solution.

Food samples in solution then can be titrated normal laboratory safety procedures. Waste likely may with the dye, and the volume for the titration used to be put down the drain using a water rinse, but follow calculate the ascorbic acid content. Prepare blanks: Pipette 7. Record the initial and final readings and calcu- Notes late the difference to determine the amount of dye used for each titration. Quantities of supplies and reagents specified are adequate for each student or lab group to standardize Data the dye and analyze one type of orange juice sample in triplicate.

Buret start Buret end Vol. Add 2. Using a funnel, fill the buret with the indophe- 3 nol solution dye and record the initial buret reading. Place the Erlenmeyer flask under the tip of the Calculations buret. Slowly add indophenol solution to stan- 1.

Swirl the flask as you add the indophenol solution.

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Repeat steps 3—5 for the other two standard samples. How do results available for the juice samples analyzed 1. Why was it necessary to standardize the indophenol Sample solution?

Why was it necessary to titrate blank samples? Why might the Vitamin C content as determined by 1 this method be underestimated in the case of the heat 2 processed juice samples? Nielsen SS ed Food analysis, 4th edn. This blue color is the endpoint of the Background titration. Stoichiometry of the reaction is nesium. Endpoints in the titration are detected Chemicals using indicators that change color when they complex with mineral ions.

Calmagite and eriochrome black CAS No. Hazards T EBT are such indicators that change from blue to pink when they complex with calcium and magne- Ammonium chloride Harmful sium. The pH affects a com- for the plexometric EDTA titration in several ways, and must environment be carefully controlled. Such test strips are available Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Irritant from various companies. E and Carpenter, C.

Traditional methods Magnesium sulfate, for mineral analysis. Combine 1: Store in a tightly black T EBT , are pink when complexed to metal stoppered Pyrex or plastic bottle to prevent ions but blue when no metal ions are complexed to loss of ammonia NH3 or pickup of carbon them.

The indicators bind to metal ions less strongly dioxide CO2. Dispense this buffer solution than does EDTA. When the indicator is added to a with a repipette system.

When EDTA is added as titrant to the mineral- Transfer to a ml Erlen- meyer flask. H2O , a little Adhere to normal laboratory safety procedures. Wear at a time, until all the CaCO3 has dissolved gloves and safety glasses at all times. The buffer make sure all the CaCO3 in the neck of the flask solution, which contains ammonium hydroxide, has been washed down with HCl.

Adjust to pH 3. H2O , as required. Transfer by environmental health and safety protocols at your quantitatively to a 1-L volumetric flask, and institution. Mix carefully. With increasing pH, the sharpness of the endpoint increases. However, at high pH, the indi- Procedure cator dye changes color and there is risk of precipi- Modified from Method Hardness, Standard Meth- tating calcium carbonate CaCO3 or magnesium ods for the Examination of Water and Wastewater, 21st ed.

The tendency toward CaCO3 precipita- Instructions are given for analysis in triplicate. Certain inhibitors 1. Adjust to pH Magnesium salt of 1,2-cyclo- If possible, do this pH adjustment with the hexanediaminetetraacetic acid MgCDTA , which buffer in an operating hood, due to its odor.

However, for samples with pH adjustment. Color may first appear lavender or purple, 1 2 but will then turn to blue. Calcium content of water sample: Prepare samples in triplicate. Record the volume of EDTA solution used 1. If a sample of water is thought to have a hard- for each titration.

Data and Calculations 2. Why were you asked to prepare the CaCl2 solu- Calculate molarity of calcium standard solution: Standardization of EDTA solution: Other similar test strips could be used.

Calculate molarity of EDTA solution: Very strong bases and acids also may interfere. The strips are dipped into the water to test Note: Test the same tap water, tap distilled water, and for total hardness caused by calcium and magnesium.

The calcium displaces the magnesium bound to EDTA, and the released magnesium binds to Calmagite, caus- 1. Dip the test strip into a beaker filled with ing the test strip to change color.

Follow instructions on strip about how to read it, relat- Chemicals ing color to ppm CaCO3. Compare and discuss the accuracy and precision and concentrated HCl. No precautions are needed in use of the test strip. Adhere to normal laboratory safety procedures. Wastes likely may be put down the drain using a water rinse, but follow Resource Materials good laboratory practices outlined by environmental health and safety protocols at your institution.

American Public IN. Several chromogens daily. Wear tify the mineral in beef samples. Waste may be put down the In this experiment, meat samples are first ashed to drain using water rinse. The acid is necessary Supplies to keep the mineral in solution. Ferrozine complexes only with ferrous iron and not with ferric iron.

Traditional methods for mineral analysis. Instructions are given for analysis in duplicate. Objective Determine the iron content of food samples using the Ashing ferrozine method.

Principle of Method 2. Heat on the hot plate until the sample is well- Ferrous iron in extracts or ashed samples reacts with fer- charred and has stopped smoking. Iron is is white. Iron Measurement 1.

Make dilutions using ca 0. Hazard s 2. In duplicate, put 0. Sigma P 4. Add 1. Ammonium acetate 5. Vortex Calculation of total iron in sample: Plot the standard curve and determine the 7. Weight of original samples: How else could iron be determined using the wet ash digest? What would be the advantages and disadvantages 0 blank of the ferrozine method versus the other method you 2 identified?

These methods are official methods of analysis commercially available from companies that sell the for numerous specific products. All these methods electrodes: For chloride electrode — Deionized Reading Assignment distilled water. For sodium electrode: For chloride electrode: Sensing and reference Hazards, Precautions, and Waste Disposal electrodes are immersed in a solution that contains the Adhere to normal laboratory safety procedures.

Wear element of interest. The electrical potential that develops gloves and safety glasses at all times. Ammonium at the surface of the sensing electrode is measured by hydroxide waste should be discarded as hazardous comparing the reference electrode with a fixed potential. Other waste likely can be put down the drain The voltage between the sensing and reference electrodes using a water rinse, but follow the laboratory practices relates to the activity of the reactive species.

Remove from hot plate and cool to room temperature in the hood. Accurately weigh ca. Filter water extract Cat. NA II. Sample Analysis by ISE 1. Condition sodium electrode as specified by the Procedure manufacturer.

Replicate the preparation and analysis of standards 2. Assemble, prepare, and check sodium and and samples as specified by the instructor. Sample Preparation General Instructions 3. Connect electrodes to meter according to meter instruction manual.

For instruments with direct concentration sample prehomogenized if necessary, and readout capability, consult meter manual for diluted if necessary to a ml volumetric correct direct measurement procedures.

Using the pH meter set on mV scale, determine with dd water. See instructions specific for the potential mV of each standard solution each type of food product below. Use a uniform stirring Consult technical services of the company that rate, with a magnetic stir bar in each solution, manufactures the ISE. Rinse electrodes with electrode rinse solution proper dilution e.

Measure samples and record the mV reading. Therefore since samples that the hole is covered.

After use, store sodium electrode and reference rection for this dilution needs to be made in electrode as specified by manufacturer. Data and Calculations Specific Samples: Prepare a standard curve using 5-cycle semilog Sports drink: No dilution is required before paper, with concentration plotted on the log a 5-ml sample is combined with the 2-ml ISA axis. Plot actual concentration values on the and dd water as described above. Concentrations may Catsup: If the standard curve this diluted sample with 2-ml ISA and dd is really a curve and not a straight line, read water as described above.

Use the standard curve and the mV readings containing a stir bar. Calculate sodium chloride content of each food, each student or lab group.

Students should based on the chloride content. Calculate the sodium content of each food, in the Procedure. Compare the sodium chloride contents of the Hazards, Precautions, and Waste Disposal foods you analyzed to those reported in the Wear gloves and safety glasses at all times, and use U. Potassium chromate may cause ent Database for Standard Reference http: Use of crystalline www. AgNO3 or solutions of the silver salt can result in dark brown stains caused by photodecomposition of Question the salt to metallic silver.

These stains are the result 1. If you used both a sodium and chloride ISE, which elec- of poor technique on the part of the analyst, with trode worked better, concerning accuracy, precision, and spilled AgNO3 causing discoloration of the floor.

If time to response? Explain your answer, with appropriate you do spill this solution, immediately sponge up justification.

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Also, be sure to rinse all pipettes, burets, beakers, flasks, etc. Objective to remove residual AgNO3 when you are finished Determine the sodium content of various foods with this experiment. Otherwise, these items also using the Mohr titration method to measure chloride will stain, and drip stains are likely to appear on the content. Potassium chromate and silver nitrate must be disposed of as a hazardous waste. Other waste likely can be put down the drain using a water rinse, Principle of Method but follow good laboratory practices outlined by The Mohr titration is a direct titration method to environmental health and safety protocols at your quantitate chloride ions, to then calculate sodium ions.

The chloride-containing sample solution is titrated with a standard solution of silver nitrate. Procedure 4. Filter each solution through glass wool. Transfer Instructions are given for analysis in triplicate. Standardization of ca. Titrate each solution with standardized ca. Record the volume of ized, then used to titrate the food samples. Fill a titrant used. Put a magnetic stir bar in each flask with 3.

Using the AgNO3 solution in the buret, titrate 4. Record the volume of endpoint is due to the formation of Ag2CrO4. Record volume of AgNO3. Calculate and record molarity of AgNO3.

Record the volume of II. Sample Analysis by Mohr Titration titrant used.

Cottage Cheese Data and Calculations 1. Calculate the chloride content and the sodium 2. Mix to a thin paste using a glass then calculate the mean and standard deviation stirring rod or spatula. Add another ca. Note that answers must titration, b Volhard titration? The reaction of silver dichromate with ml chloride ions produces a white column of silver chloride in the strip.

When the strip is completely saturated with the liquid, a moisture-sensitive signal across the top of Buret Buret Vol. The value on the numbered scale is read 3 at the tip of the color change, and then is converted to percent salt using a calibration table. How did this method differ from what would be done sodium chloride solution to use as a standard using a Volhard titration procedure? Repeat Steps 1—5 given above using the 0. Company, Elkhart, IN, Contact 3.

Note that each lot of chloride solution to a ml beaker. Fold a piece of filter paper into a cone-shaped sure to use the correct calibration chart i. Multiply the result by the dilution factor 20 3. Using the 0. Crush chips with a 4.

Thirty seconds after the moisture-sensitive sig- glass stirring rod. Filter water extract into a ml volumetric reading at the tip of the yellow-white peak, to flask, using a funnel with glass wool.

Let cool the nearest 0. Using the calibration chart included with the Transfer to a ml beaker. Follow Steps 3—7 from the procedure for cottage ing to percent sodium chloride NaCl and cheese. Be Catsup sure to use the correct calibration chart i. Transfer to a ml beaker. Product electrode titration titrator label Data 3. Follow Steps 3—7 from the procedure for cot- — tage cheese. Follow Steps II. Questions Data and Calculations 1. Based on the results and characteristics of the methods, discuss the relative advantages and disadvantages of each From calibration chart Corrected for dilution factor method of analysis for these applications.

Include in the table the sodium cheese, indicating strip method. Part The aim of coupled plasma-atomic emission spectroscopy. In this experiment, the term AES will be amount of energy emitting from the hollow cathode used rather than OES, but the two terms are inter- lamp and that reaching the detector.

Absorption is lin- changeable. This experiment specifies the preparation of stan- Atomic emission is based on atoms emitting energy, dards and samples for determining the sodium Na after heat energy from a flame has converted molecules and potassium K contents by AAS and ICP-AES. The to atoms, and then raised the atoms from ground state samples suggested for analysis include two solid food to an excited state.

One measures the amount of emit- product that does not a clear sports drink, or a clear ted energy of a wavelength specific for the element of fruit juice.

Emission is linearly related to concentration. Procedures for both wet ashing and dry ashing Chemicals of the solid samples are described. Experience can be gained with both types of ashing, and the results of the two methods can be compared.

Sodium results from this CAS No. Lanthanum chloride LaCl3 Irritant The limit of detection for sodium is 0. The limit of detection std. Ash analysis.

Miller, D. Each coupled plasma mass spectrometry. Wear used, likely with the same standard solutions and samples safety glasses and gloves during sample preparation. Use acids in a hood. Shake well. Solid Samples I. Wet Ashing Supplies Note: Digestion procedure described is a wet digestion Used by students with nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide. Other types of digestion can be used instead. Both methods are official for the purposes of nutrition labeling of foods.

While the Kjeldahl method has been used widely for over a hundred years, the availability of automated instrumentation for the Dumas method in many cases is replacing use of the Kjeldahl method. This laboratory exercise includes determination of protein by both the Kjeldahl and Dumas methods.

Total Carbohydrate by Phenol-Sulfuric Acid Method The phenol-sulfuric acid method is a simple and rapid colorimetric method to determine total carbohydrates in a sample. While the method detects virtually all classes of carbohydrates mono-, di-, oligo-, and polysaccharides , the absorptivity of the different carbohydrates varies.

Thus, unless a sample is known to contain only one carbohydrate, the results must be expressed arbitrarily in terms of one carbohydrate. In this laboratory exercise, the total carbohydrate content of soft drinks and beers is determined with the phenol-sulfuric acid method, using a glucose standard curve. Data generated are used to calculate the caloric content of those beverages.

Vitamin C Determination by Indophenol Method Vitamin C is an essential nutrient in the diet, but is easily reduced or destroyed by exposure to heat and oxygen during processing, packaging, and storage of food. The official method of analysis for vitamin C determination of juices is the 2, 6-dichloroindophenol titrimetric method AOAC Method While this method is not official for other types of food products, it is sometime used as a rapid, quality control test for a variety of food products, rather than the more time-consuming microfluorometric method AOAC Method In this laboratory exercise, the vitamin C content of various orange juice products is determined using the titration method with the indicator dye 2,6-dichloroindophenol.

This reaction can be used to determine the amount of these minerals in a sample by a complexometric titration. Endpoints in the titration are detected using indicators that change color when they complex with mineral ions.

A major application of EDTA titration is testing the hardness of water, for which the method described is an official one.

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Hardness of water also can be tested by a more rapid test strip method. Phosphorus Determination by Murphy-Riley Method The Murphy-Riley colorimetric method has been widely used to measure the phosphorus content in natural waters as well as in foods.

The method is applicable to most foods after dry ashing of a food sample. The Murphy-Riley method involves an oxidation-reduction reaction in which phosphorus is reacted to form a chromogen-mineral complex that can be measured with a spectrophotometer at a visible wavelength. In this laboratory exercise, the phosphorus content of an ashed milk sample is determined by the Murphy-Riley method, which involves preparation of a phosphorus standard curve.

Young-Hee Cho, S. Iron Determination by Ferrozine Method In this laboratory exercise, ferrozine is reacted with ferrous iron to form a complex that can be used to measure ferrous iron in an ashed meat sample.

The meat samples are first ashed to dissociate the iron bound to proteins, the ash residue is solubilized in dilute HCl, then the ferrozine complexes only with ferrous iron, and not with ferric iron.

Charles E. Carpenter, Robert E. Ward Chapter Some of these methods are official methods of analysis for specific products, and all these methods are faster and less expensive procedures than analysis by atomic absorption spectroscopy or inductively coupled plasma-optical emission spectroscopy.

Standard Solutions and Titratable Acidity The titratable acidity assay in this laboratory exercise is one of many types of chemical analyses in which a constituent is titrated with a standard solution of known strength to an indicator endpoint.

From the volume and concentration of standard solution used in the titration, and the sample size, the concentration of the constituent in the sample can be calculated.

The assay for titratable acidity is a volumetric method that uses a standard solution of sodium hydroxide which reacts with the organic acids present in the sample, titrating to a phenolphthalein or pH endpoint. The normality of the sodium hydroxide solution, the volume used, and the volume of the test sample are used to calculate titratable acidity, expressing it in terms of the predominant acid present in the sample. In this laboratory exercise, the standard acid, potassium acid phthalate, is used to determine the exact normality of the standard sodium hydroxide that is then used to determine the titratable acidity of food products.

Fat Characterization During processing and storage, lipids in foods and ingredients are subjected to many chemical reactions, some of which are desirable and others are undesirable. These reactions can change some characteristics of the fat. This laboratory exercise deals with characterization of fats and oils with respect to composition, structure, and reactivity, using the following assays: saponification value, iodine value, free fatty acid value, peroxide value, and thin layer chromatography separation.

Qian, Oscar A. Pike Chapter Proteins: Extraction, Quantitation, and Electrophoresis In this laboratory exercise, sarcoplasmic muscle proteins of fish are extracted with a salt solution, the protein content of the extract is measured by the bicinchoninic acid BCA colorimetric assay, and the proteins in the fish extracts are separated and visualized by sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis SDS-PAGE.

Visualization of the protein banding patterns subunit size and relative quantity makes it possible to distinguish among different types of fish since many fish have a characteristic protein subunit pattern.

Denise M. Smith Chapter Glucose Determination by Enzyme Analysis Enzyme analysis is used for many purposes in food science and technology, including to indicate adequate processing, to assess enzyme preparations, and to measure constituents of foods that are enzyme substrates.

In this laboratory exercise, the glucose content of corn syrup solids is determined in a coupled reaction using the enzymes glucose oxidase and peroxidase.

The 24 laboratory exercises in the manual cover 21 of the 35 chapters in the textbook. Many of the laboratory exercises have multiple sections to cover several methods of analysis for a particular food component or characteristic. Most of the laboratory exercises include the following: This laboratory manual is ideal for the laboratory portion of undergraduate courses in food analysis.

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Label dried pans disposable aluminum 1. Hazards T EBT are such indicators that change from blue to pink when they complex with calcium and magne- Ammonium chloride Harmful sium. First, click on the Serving Size button a product formula, determine how changes in the for- under Common Household unit, enter 8 in the window, mula affect the nutritional label, and observe an exam- click on OK, select oz from the units drop down list; ple of reverse engineering.

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