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Everything solved - Carbohydrate content in instant coffee with electrochemical detection

Summary

DIN ISO 11292:1995 regulates the determination and analysis of carbohydrates in instant coffee using anion exchange chromatography combined with pulsed amperometric detection (PAD). Here an adapted method is provided, using a polymer-based cation-exchange column in the Pb2+ ionic form and PAD.

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