BS 1715-2.1:1989, ISO 685:1975 - Analysis of soaps. Quantitative test methods. Method for determination of total alkali content and total fatty matter content

BS 1715-2.1:1989, ISO 685:1975

Analysis of soaps. Quantitative test methods. Method for determination of total alkali content and total fatty matter content

Status : Withdrawn   Published : July 1989 Replaced By : BS ISO 685:2020

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Titrimetric and gravimetric determinations. Not applicable to compounded products, or to coloured soaps if the colour interferes.




Standard NumberBS 1715-2.1:1989, ISO 685:1975
TitleAnalysis of soaps. Quantitative test methods. Method for determination of total alkali content and total fatty matter content
StatusWithdrawn
Publication Date31 July 1989
Confirm Date15 August 1999
Withdrawn Date05 March 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)No other standards are normatively referenced
Informative References(Provided for Information)No other standards are informatively referenced
Replaced ByBS ISO 685:2020
ReplacesBS 1715:1963
International RelationshipsISO 685:1975
DescriptorsSpecimen preparation, Alkalimetry, Fat content determination, Surfactants, Evaporation residue determination, Testing conditions, Solvent extraction methods, Reproducibility, Determination of content, Potassium hydroxide, Volumetric analysis, Cleaning materials, Chemical analysis and testing, Soaps, Hydroxides, Sodium hydroxide, Interferences (chemical)
ICS71.100.40
Title in FrenchAnalyse des savons. Méthodes d'essai quantitatives. Méthode de détermination des teneurs en alcali totale et en matière grasse totale
Title in GermanAnalyse von Seife. Quantitative Pruefverfahren. Verfahren zur Bestimmung des Gesamtkal- und des Gesamtfettstoffgehalte
CommitteeCII/34
ISBN0 580 17287 2
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages12
File Size354 KB
Price£110.00


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