Over deze norm
|Commissie||Voedingsmiddelenanalyse - Horizontale methoden|
NVN-CEN/TS 17083 specifies a method for the determination of acrylamide in cereal-based products, potato-based products and coffee by gas-chromatography mass spectrometry (GC-MS). The method has been single-laboratory validated via the analysis of spiked samples (French fries (uncooked), bread, water biscuit, infant cereal, biscuit, green coffee, roast coffee and instant coffee), ranging from 30 μg/kg to 1 500 μg/kg acrylamide. The results from the single laboratory validation were obtained by a laboratory with significant experience in acrylamide analysis. In addition, this method has also been studied by inter laboratory trial via the analysis of samples containing incurred acrylamide, ranging from approximately 200 μg/kg to 2 000 μg/kg. Critical points of the method are identified in 7.5 and Clause 8.
|Nederlandse titel||Voedingsmiddelen - Bepaling van acrylamide in voedsel en koffie met gaschromatografie-massaspectrometrie (GC-MS)|
|Engelse titel||Foodstuffs - Determination of acrylamide in food and coffee by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS)|