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Automatic formol titration for rapid determination of protein in milk

Authors: S. BakalorA formol titration technique giving improved precision and rapidity was developed. This makes use of an Auto-burette linked with a pH Titrator, and a top-pan balance with taring device (accuracy ± 0.2 g) for weighing the (20 g) samples of herd using 20 ml, was equivalent to 0.01 per cent protein. The S.D. of differences with the Kjeldahl method was 0.038 per cent protein. Oxalate, used in the final method, increased the formol titre and apparently, the accuracy, but not the reproducibility or precision.

Abstract:

A formol titration technique giving improved precision and rapidity was developed. This makes use of an Auto-burette linked with a pH Titrator, and a top-pan balance with taring device (accuracy ± 0.2 g) for weighing the (20 g) samples of herd using 20 ml, was equivalent to 0.01 per cent protein. The S.D. of differences with the Kjeldahl method was 0.038 per cent protein. Oxalate, used in the final method, increased the formol titre and apparently, the accuracy, but not the reproducibility or precision.

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