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Food Analysis

Theory and Practice

  • Authors
  • Yeshajahu Pomeranz
  • Clifton E. Meloan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. General

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 3-15
    3. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 16-25
    4. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 26-36
    5. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 37-52
  3. Methods and Instrumentation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 53-53
    2. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 55-67
    3. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 68-86
    4. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 87-98
    5. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 99-107
    6. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 108-136
    7. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 137-157
    8. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 158-171
    9. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 172-187
    10. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 188-198
    11. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 199-207
    12. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 208-227
    13. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 228-242
    14. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 243-261
    15. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 262-270
    16. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 271-289
    17. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 290-323
    18. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 324-351
    19. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 352-365
    20. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 366-388
    21. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 389-408
    22. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 409-418
    23. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 419-429
    24. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 430-448
    25. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 449-487
    26. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 488-505
    27. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 506-531
    28. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 532-554
    29. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 555-563
  4. General Applications and Chemical Composition

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 565-565
    2. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 567-574
    3. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 575-601
    4. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 602-624
    5. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 625-677
    6. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 678-732
    7. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 733-757
    8. Yeshajahu Pomeranz, Clifton E. Meloan
      Pages 758-765
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 766-778

About this book

Introduction

The first edition of Food Analysis: Theory and Practice was published in 1971 and was revised in 1978. The second edition was published in 1987, and in 1993 we found it necessary to prepare a third edition to reflect and cover the most recent advances in the field of food analysis. A complete revision of a book is an arduous and anguished task. The following are challenges that we wanted to address in this revision: to update the material without eliminating classic and time-preserved and honored methods used by the food analyst; to broaden and deepen the coverage and scope without increasing the size of the book; and to produce a textbook (for senior undergraduate and graduate students) with regard to objectives, scope, and outlay while providing a reference and resource for the worker and researcher in the field of food analysis. To meet those challenges we added much new material and took out practically the same amount of "rel­ atively outdated" material. Every chapter has been extensively updated and revised; many of the pictures in the previous editions were deleted and, whenever available and appropriate, were replaced by diagrams or flow sheets. In Part I we have expanded the seetions on sampling, preparation of sam­ pIes, reporting results, and reliability of analyses.

Keywords

Absorption enzymes Fluor food food analysis spectroscopy

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