Modern Food Analysis

  • F. Leslie Hart
  • Harry Johnstone Fisher

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 1-27
  3. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 28-51
  4. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 52-60
  5. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 61-90
  6. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 91-107
  7. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 108-148
  8. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 149-152
  9. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 153-163
  10. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 164-175
  11. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 176-219
  12. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 220-270
  13. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 271-283
  14. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 284-307
  15. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 308-328
  16. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 329-364
  17. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 365-415
  18. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 416-438
  19. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 439-453
  20. F. Leslie Hart, Harry Johnstone Fisher
    Pages 454-456

About this book

Introduction

When the present authors entered govern­ in essence a modern version of "Leach". It mental service, food chemists looked for differs from that book in that familiarity with the everyday practices of analytical chemistry, guidance to one book, Albert E. Leach's Food Inspection and Analysis, of which the fourth and the equipment of a modern food labora­ tory, is assumed. We have endeavored to revision by Andrew L. Winton had appeared in 1920. Twenty-one years later the fourth bring it up-to-date both by including newer (and last) edition of A. G. Woodman's Food methods where these were believed to be superior, and by assembling much new Analysis, which was a somewhat condensed text along the same lines, was published. analytical data on the composition of In the 27 years that have elapsed since the authentie sam pies of the various classes of appearance of Woodman's book, no Ameri­ foods. Many of the methods described herein can text has been published covering the same were tested in the laboratory of one of the field to the same completeness. Of course, authors, and several originated in that editions of Official Methods 0/ Analysis 0/ the laboratory. In many cases methods are accompanied by notes on points calling for Association 0/ Official Agricultural Chemists have regularly succeeded each other every special attention when these methods are five years, as have somewhat similar publica­ used.

Keywords

Food Lebensmittel Lebensmittelchemie Lebensmitteluntersuchung chemistry

Authors and affiliations

  • F. Leslie Hart
    • 1
  • Harry Johnstone Fisher
    • 2
  1. 1.U.S. Food and Drug AdministrationBoston DistrictUSA
  2. 2.The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment StationNew HavenUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-87521-2
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1971
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-87523-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-87521-2
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