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BS EN 1787:2000

BS EN 1787:2000

Foodstuffs. Detection of irradiated food containing cellulose by ESR spectroscopy

2000-10-15 /Under Review
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EN 1787:2000

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Reemplaza a: BS EN 1787:1997

This draft European Standard specifies a method for the detection of foods containing cellulose which have been treated with ionizing radiation, by analysing the electron spin resonance (ESR) spectrum, also called electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrum, of the food, see (1) to (13). Interlaboratory studies have been successfully carried out with pistachio nut shells, (14) to (18), paprika powder, (19) and (20), and fresh strawberries (21).
Food products, Food technology, Food testing, Radiation-induced chemical reactions, Cellulose, Paprika, Chemical analysis and testing, Spectrochemical analysis, Electron spin resonance spectroscopy, Strawberries, Ionizing radiation
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