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DIN EN ISO 787-4

General methods of test for pigments and extenders - Part 4: Determination of acidity or alkalinity of the aqueous extract (ISO 787-4:1981)

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Organization: DIN
Publication Date: 1 January 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 12
ICS Code (Pigments and extenders): 87.060.10
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Scope and field of application

This part of ISO 787 specifies a general method of test for determining the acidity or alkalinity of the aqueous extract of a sample of pigment or extender.

NOTE When this general method is applicable to a given pigment or extender, only a cross-reference to it should be included in the International Standard relating to that pigment or extender, with a note of any detailed modification which may be needed in view of the special properties of the material in question. Only when this general method is not applicable to a particular material should a special method for determination of acidity or alkalinity be specified.

Document History

DIN EN ISO 787-4
January 1, 2018
General methods of test for pigments and extenders - Part 4: Determination of acidity or alkalinity of the aqueous extract (ISO 787-4:1981)
Scope and field of application This part of ISO 787 specifies a general method of test for determining the acidity or alkalinity of the aqueous extract of a sample of pigment or extender. NOTE When...
April 1, 2017
General methods of test for pigments and extenders - Part 4: Determination of acidity or alkalinity of the aqueous extract (ISO 787-4:1981); German and English version prEN ISO 787-4:2016
Scope and field of application This part of ISO 787 specifies a general method of test for determining the acidity or alkalinity of the aqueous extract of a sample of pigment or extender. NOTE When...

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