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Oilseeds - Simultaneous determination of oil and water contents - Method using pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry

Abstract

This International Standard specifies a rapid method for the determination of the oil and water contents of commercial oilseeds using pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). It is applicable to rapeseeds, soya beans, linseeds and sunflower seeds with a water content less than 10 %. For seeds with higher water contents, drying is necessary before the oil content can be determined by pulsed NMR. NOTE 1 This method has been tested with rapeseeds, soya beans, linseeds and sunflower seeds. This does not, however, preclude its applicability to other commercial seeds whose oil is liquid at the temperature of measurement. NOTE 2 The reproducibility values are generally higher than those obtained by the drying method (ISO 665)

Begin

2022-08-23

WI

00307201

Planned document number

DIN EN ISO 10565 rev

Project number

05702632

Responsible national committee

NA 057-05-05 AA - Joint committee of DIN and DGF for the analysis of fats, oils and products thereof, related and primary products  

Responsible european committee

CEN/TC 307 - Oilseeds, vegetable and animal fats and oils and their by-products - Methods of sampling and analysis  

Responsible international committee

ISO/TC 34/SC 2 - Oleaginous seeds and fruits and oilseed meals  

previous edition(s)

Oilseeds - Simultaneous determination of oil and water contents - Method using pulsed nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry (ISO 10565:1998); German version EN ISO 10565:1998
1998-10

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Contact

Dr.

Sophie Oberländer-Hayn

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10787 Berlin

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