The Methods Book also contains polynomials and tables derived from the polynomials  which relate the refractive index of solutions of pure sucrose , glucose , fructose and invert sugar to the strength of those solutions. These are to be used with the analysis methods that characterize sugars by refractometric means but find wide application outside the sugar industry as the sucrose polynomial is built into the firmware of modern refractometers  and is the basis for calibration of purely optical refractometers which read in Brix. Temperature correction factors, also derived from the polynomials, are the basis for the Automatic Temperature Compensation features found in those instruments. This usually does not result in significant error. The ICUMSA is constituted of representatives from national committees designated by the governments of major sugar importing and exporting countries; the votes of these representatives are weighted according to the amount of sugar their countries import and export. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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This book discusses the procedures for raw sugar polarization. Organized into two parts encompassing 21 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the various methods of determining sucrose by polarimetry, including the invertase method and the Jackson and Grill's method.
This text then examines the methods of determining reducing sugars, which depends on knowing the amount of cuprous oxide precipitated from Fehling's solution. Other chapters consider the method to be applied for all beet products. This book discusses as well the principle of double sulfation that is necessary to ensure conversion of ash to sulfate.
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For Dark-Coloured Products only tentative 4. Viscosity official 2. Optical Method—Based on N. Isotope Dilution Reference Method tentative b. Double Extraction Method official c. In Bags 2. Measurement of Equilibrium Relative Humidity official 2.
Bulk Density Measurement 3. Hardness of Setting—Douwes Dekker's Method tentative 4. Beet sugar 2. Screen Grist Tests — 'M. Official Methods 2. Pure Sucrose official 2. Basic Lead Acetate official 3. Sampling 2. Moisture 3. Carbonate 4. Sulphur 5. Carbonaceous Residue and Insoluble Ash 6. Bulk Density 7. Sieve Analysis 8. Attrition Hardness 9. Lye Test Water Extracts Tests Decolorisation Test Moisture 2. Total Ash 3. Iron 4. Water Solubles 6. Filtering Speed Test-Water 7.
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