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New CEN Publications – May 2013 by Nick Boley
June 4, 2013, 11:15
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The following list shows standards and technical documents published by the European Standardisation Organisation, CEN, during May 2013, which are relevant to chemical measurement in support of regulation.

Not a great deal was published in this area last month:

EN16342:2013 – Cosmetics: Analysis of cosmetic products – Quantitative determination of zinc pyrithione, piroctone olamine and climbazole in surfactant containing cosmetic anti-dandruff products.

EN16343:2013 – Cosmetics: Analysis of cosmetic products – Determination of 3-iodo-2-propynyl butylcarbamate (IPBC) in cosmetic preparations, LC-MS methods.

EN ISO 11890-2:2013 – Paints and varnishes: Determination of volatile organic compound (VOC) content – Part 2: Gas-chromatographic method (ISO 11890-2:2013).

There were some standards published in the food analysis area, however, so I will also list them here:

Milk fat products – Determination of water content – Karl Fischer method (ISO 5536:2009)

Cheese, cheese rind and processed cheese – Determination of natamycin content – Part 1: Molecular absorption spectrometric method for cheese rind (ISO 9233-1:2007 including Amendment 1:2012)

Cheese, cheese rind and processed cheese – Determination of natamycin content – Part 2: High-performance liquid chromatographic method for cheese, cheese rind and processed cheese (ISO 9233-2:2007 including Amendment 1:2012)

Lactose – Determination of water content – Karl Fischer method (ISO 12779:2011)

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