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CEN/TS 17174

Animal feeding stuffs: Methods of sampling and analysis - Performance criteria for single laboratory validated and ring-trial validated methods of analysis for the determination of heavy metals

active, Most Current
Organization: CEN
Publication Date: 1 August 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 30
ICS Code (Animal feeding stuffs): 65.120
scope:

This document specifies performance criteria for the selection of single-laboratory validated or collaborative-trial validated methods of analysis of elements and their chemical species in feed. The terms and definition of the relevant parameters for method validation are included. The performance requirements and characteristics are provided. This document may serve as a guide:

- to assess the quality of new European Standard methods under validation;

- to review the quality of previous collaborative trials;

- to confirm the extension of the scope of an already published European Standard applied to other analyte concentrations or matrices; or

- to evaluate the fitness-for-purpose of single-validated methods.

The performance criteria can apply to methods dedicated to the determination of heavy metals, trace elements, major elements and minerals.

 

Document History

CEN/TS 17174
August 1, 2018
Animal feeding stuffs: Methods of sampling and analysis - Performance criteria for single laboratory validated and ring-trial validated methods of analysis for the determination of heavy metals
This document specifies performance criteria for the selection of single-laboratory validated or collaborative-trial validated methods of analysis of elements and their chemical species in feed. The...

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