ICUMSA Method GS7/8/4-24 (2011)

The Determination of Glucose, Fructose and Sucrose in Cane Juices, Syrups and Molasses and of Sucrose in Beet Molasses by High Performance Ion Chromatography - Official

ICUMSA Method GS7/8/4-24 (2011)
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Abstract:
The High Performance Ion Chromatographic (HPIC) method is used for the determination of sucrose, glucose and fructose in cane juices, syrups and molasses and sucrose in beet molasses. If a choice is available to the user for the Determination of Glucose, Fructose and Sucrose in Cane Juices, Syrups and Molasses then ICUMSA recommends that Method G7/4/3-22 (GC) is used preferentially. For (30 to 35) g/100g sucrose in cane molasses, the absolute difference between two results obtained under repeatability conditions should not be greater than 0.73 g/100g. The absolute difference between two results on such samples obtained under reproducibility conditions should not be greater than 1.24 g/100 g. For (50 to 55) g/100 g sucrose in beet molasses, the absolute difference between two results obtained under repeatability conditions should not be greater than 0.82 g/100 g. The absolute difference between two results on such samples obtained under reproducibility conditions should not be greater than 2.40 g/100 g. For (1 to 6) g/100 g glucose in cane molasses, the absolute difference between two results obtained under repeatability conditions should not be greater than 0.17 g/100 g. The absolute difference between two results on such samples obtained under reproducibility conditions should not be greater than 0.37 g/100 g. For (5 to 10) g/100 g fructose in cane molasses, the absolute difference between two results obtained under repeatability conditions should not be greater than 0.23 g/100 g. The absolute difference between two results on such samples obtained under reproducibility conditions should not be greater than 0.38 g/100 g.

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