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1.1.1. Government Regulations and Recommendations
1.1.2. Food Safety
1.1.3. Quality control
1.1.4. Research and Development
1.2.1 Composition
1.2.2 Structure
1.2.3. Physicochemical Properties
1.2.4. Sensory Attributes
1.3.1 Books
1.3.2. Tabulated Official Methods of Analysis
1.3.3. Journals
1.3.4. Equipment and Reagent Suppliers
1.3.5. Internet
1.3.6. Developing a New Technique
1.4. Selecting an Appropriate Technique
2.1 Introduction
2.2.1 Purpose of Analysis
2.2.2 Nature of Measured Property
2.2.3 Nature of Population
2.2.4 Nature of Test Procedure
2.2.5. Developing a Sampling Plan
2.3.1 Making Samples Homogeneous
2.3.2. Reducing Sample Size
2.3.3. Preventing Changes in Sample
2.4.3. Sources of Error
2.4.4. Propagation of Errors
2.4.5. Significant Figures and Rounding
2.4.6. Standard Curves: Regression Analysis
2.4.7. Rejecting Data
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Properties of Water in Foods
3.3. Sample preparation
3.4.1. Principles
3.4.2. Evaporation Devices
3.4.3. Practical Considerations
3.4.4. Advantages and Disadvantages
3.5.1. Principles
3.5.2. Dean and Stark Method
3.5.3. Practical Considerations
3.5.4. Advantages and Disadvantages
3.6.1. Karl-Fisher method
3.6.2. Gas production methods
3.7 Physical Methods
3.8 Spectroscopic Methods
3.9.1. Vapor pressure methods
3.9.2. Thermogravimetric methods
3.9.3. Calorimetric methods
4.1 Introduction
4.2.1. Sample Preparation
4.2.2. Dry Ashing
4.2.3. Wet Ashing
4.2.4. Low Temperature Plasma Ashing
4.2.5. Determination of Water Soluble and Insoluble Ash
4.2.6. Comparison of Ashing Methods
4.3.1. Sample preparation
4.3.2. Gravimetric Analysis
4.3.3. Colorimetric methods
4.3.4. Titrations
4.3.5. Ion-Selective Electrodes
4.3.6 Atomic Spectroscopy
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Properties of Lipids in Foods
5.3. Sample Selection and Preservation
5.4.1. Introduction
5.4.2. Solvent Extraction
5.4.3. Nonsolvent Liquid Extraction Methods
5.4.4. Instrumental methods
5.4.5. Comparison of Methods
5.5.1. Introduction
5.5.2. Sample Preparation
5.5.3. Separation and Analysis by Chromatography
5.5.4. Chemical Techniques
5.5.5. Instrumental Techniques
5.6.1. Introduction
5.6.2. Chromatography
5.6.3. Oxygen Uptake
5.6.4. Peroxide value
5.6.5. Conjugated dienes
5.6.6. Thiobarbituric acid (TBA)
5.6.7. Accelerated Oxidation Tests
5.7.7. Rheology
6.1 Introduction
6.2.1.1. Principles
6.2.1.4. Advantages and Disadvantages
6.2.2.1. General Principles
6.2.2.2. Advantages and Disadvantages
6.2.3.1. Principles
6.2.3.2. Advantages and Disadvantages
6.2.4.1. Principles
6.2.4.2. Advantages and Disadvantages
6.2.5. Comparison of methods
6.3.1. Methods Based on Different Solubility Characteristics
6.3.2. Separation due to Different Adsorption Characteristics
6.3.3. Separation Due to Size Differences
6.3.4. Separation by Electrophoresis
6.3.5. Amino Acid Analysis
7.1 Introduction
7.2. Classification of Carbohydrates
7.3. Methods of Analysis
7.4.1. Sample Preparation
7.4.2. Chromatographic and Electrophoretic methods
7.4.3. Chemical methods
7.4.4. Enzymatic Methods
7.4.5. Physical Methods
7.4.6. Immunoassays
7.5.1. Analysis of Starch
7.5.2.1. Major Components of Dietary Fiber
7.5.2.2. Common Procedures in Sample Preparation and Analysis
7.5.2.3. Gravimetric Methods
7.5.2.4. Chemical Methods
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