20/30393797 DC - BS EN ISO 17226-1. Leather. Chemical determination of formaldehyde content. Part 1. Method using liquid chromatography

20/30393797 DC

BS EN ISO 17226-1. Leather. Chemical determination of formaldehyde content. Part 1. Method using liquid chromatography

Status : Current, Draft for public comment   Published : April 2020

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This document specifies a method for the determination of free and released formaldehyde in leathers. This method, based on liquid chromatography (LC), is selective and not sensitive to coloured extracts and is intended to be used for precise quantification of formaldehyde.

The formaldehyde content is taken to be the quantity of free-formaldehyde and formaldehyde extracted through hydrolysis contained in a water extract from the leather under standard conditions of using




Standard Number20/30393797 DC
TitleBS EN ISO 17226-1. Leather. Chemical determination of formaldehyde content. Part 1. Method using liquid chromatography
StatusCurrent, Draft for public comment
Publication Date01 April 2020
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)ISO 4684, ISO 3696, ISO 2418, ISO 4044
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 17226-2
International RelationshipsISO/DIS 17226-1
Draft Expiry Date18 May 2020
DescriptorsDetermination of content, Formaldehyde, Chromatography, Aqueous extraction methods, Liquid chromatography, Leather, Chemical analysis and testing, Extraction methods of analysis
ICS59.140.30
Title in FrenchCuir — Dosage chimique du formaldéhyde — Partie 1: Méthode par chromatographie en phase liquide Partie 1: Méthode par chromatographie en phase liquide
CommitteeTCI/69
PublisherBSI
FormatA4
DeliveryYes
Pages17
File Size414 KB
NotesWarning: this draft is not current beyond its expiry date for comments.
Price£20.00


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