Accommodate Lower-Level Nitrogen Samples in Food Materials with an Optimised Combustion Method

Low-Level Nitrogen Samples in Food Materials

Did you catch our recent article on Food Navigator? Nitrogen content in food materials is necessary to measure when determining the total protein content. This measurement of nitrogen content can be performed using a classical wet chemistry method, but this tends to be a slow and tedious process. The combustion-based Dumas method has gained popularity in recent years as it significantly increases laboratory productivity. Yet when the sample has a low level of nitrogen it can be challenging to analyse. Examples of these hard-to-analyse samples include dry corn starch, NDIN filter bags, nutritional drinks, and beer. How can the combustion method be optimised to accommodate these lower-level nitrogen samples?

Soluzioni LECO per materiali inorganici

Soluzioni LECO per materiale inorganico

Dalle materie prime ai prodotti finiti, diversi settori si affidano agli analizzatori rapidi e precisi di LECO che misurano la qualità e la resistenza in ogni fase del processo di trasformazione dei materiali. Ulteriori informazioni sull’analisi di carbonio e zolfo per combustione con LECO CS744 e CS844, rilevamento di ossigeno/azoto/idrogeno con ONH836, determinazione di ossigeno/azoto mediante fusione di gas inerte con ON736 e determinazione multifase di carbonio e acqua con RC612.

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