New Numbers for GS9 Plantation White Sugar Methods

Name Old numberShortened numberYear of publication
Arsenic, Cadmium, Chromium, Copper, Mercury, Lead and Tin in Plantation White Sugar by ICP-MS GS9-1GS9-12019
Sugar Solution Colour by the MOPS Method GS9/1/2/3-8GS9-82011
Copper in Plantation White Sugar by Flame Atomic Adsorption Spectroscopy GS9-9GS9-92013
[Soluble] Iron in Plantation White Sugar by a Colorimetric Method GS9-10GS9-102013
Zinc and Cadmium in Plantation White Sugar by Flame Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy GS9-11GS9-112017
Mercury in Plantation White Sugar by Cold Vapour Atomic Absorption Spectrometry with Vapour Generation Accessory GS9-12GS9-122017
Polarisation of Raw Sugarsee GS1/2/3/9-1GS1-12011
Dextran in Sugars by a Modified Alcohol Haze Methodsee GS1/2/9-15GS1-152015
Determination of pHsee GS1/2/3/4/7/8/9-23GS1-232009
Reducing Sugars in Purified Sugar by the Knight and Allen EDTA Methodsee GS2/3/9-5GS2-52011
Reducing Sugars in Plantation White Sugar by the Modified Ofner Titrimetric Method see GS2/9-6GS2-62011
Sugar Moisture by Loss on Dryingsee GS2/1/3/9-15GS2-152007
Conductivity Ash in Refined Sugar Productssee GS2/3/9-17GS2-172011
Insoluble Matter in White Sugarsee GS2/3/9-19GS2-192007
Arsenic in Refined Sugar Products by a Colorimetric Methodsee GS2/3/9-25GS2-252007
Sulphite in Cane Juices and Syrups by the Rosaniline
Colorimetric Method seeGS2/1/7/9-33 GS2-332011
Particle Size Determination of Plantation White Sugarsee GS2/9-37GS2-372007