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Chemical Analysis

Chemical Analysis

Chemical Analysis

Chemical analyzes are generally carried out to determine the composition and purity of substances. The studies carried out to determine the composition of a substance, that is, to determine the elements that make up the substance, and to determine the ratios of these elements in the substance are called chemical analysis. Chemical reactions are used in chemical analysis studies.

Chemical analysis processes are different according to the purpose of the examination and the properties of the substance. For example, the analyzes made to determine the type of the substance to be analyzed are called qualitative analysis (qualitative analysis). The analyzes made to determine their amounts and their ratios in the substance are also called quantitative analysis (quantitative analysis).

Within the scope of chemical analysis, many different analyzes are made. A few of them can be counted as follows:

• Determination of ash insoluble in acid
• Purity determination
• Sulfur dioxide
• Determination of dextrose equivalent
• pH determination
• Determination of the amount of crude cellulose
• Sulphate ash determination
• Alcohol degree determination
• Total heavy metal determination
• Determination of volatile acid
• Free fatty acid and acid value determination
• Crude protein determination
• Moisture determination
• Determination of reducing sugar
• Nitrate determination
• Titratable acidity determination
• Acidity determination
• Total fat determination
• Salt determination
• Reichert Meissl number
• Determination of total sugar and invert sugar
• Invert sugar determination
• Determination of starch amount
• Iodine count
• Peroxide number
• Searching for dye (qualitative)
• Determination of bitterness
• Determination of acetyl methyl carbinol


05 Kasım 2021