BS 4279:1968 - Methods of test for urea

BS 4279:1968

Methods of test for urea

Status : Withdrawn   Published : February 1968

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Determination of total nitrogen, water, sulphated ash, iron, chloride, sulphate and biuret; measurement of pH value, determination of buffer value, variation of pH in the presence of formaldehyde solution, and colour of urea-formaldehyde solution.

Standard NumberBS 4279:1968
TitleMethods of test for urea
Publication Date16 February 1968
Withdrawn Date15 July 1988
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
DescriptorsTurbidimetry, Formaldehyde, Plastics, Water content determination, Calibration, Urea, Gravimetric analysis, Test equipment, Absorptiometry, Volumetric analysis, Spectrophotometry, Combustion test methods, Ferrous inorganic compounds, Photometry (chemical analysis), Biuret, Plastics and rubber technology, Sulfated ash determination, Distillation equipment, Alkalinity, SI system (metric), Determination of content, Spectrochemical analysis, Alkalimetry, Chlorides, Ion-exchange methods, Colour tests, Amides, Industrial, pH measurement, Chemical analysis and testing, Nitrogen, Extraction methods of analysis, Distillation methods of analysis, Ash determination, Dimensions, Iron, Sulfates
Title in FrenchMethodes d'essai de l'uree
Title in GermanVerfahren zur Pruefung von Harnstoff
ISBN0 580 00049 4
File Size0 KB

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