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Tests of Milkofix, A New Preservative Substance for Milk Samples Used for the Purposes of An Infrared-Analysis of Basic Milk-Composition .2. Checks of Preservative Effects in Relation to the Infrared-Analysis

HANUS O, GENCUROVA V, ZVACKOVA I
Veterinarni Medicina 37, 1992, 33-43

For the purposes of the infrared analysis of the basic milk composition, Milkofix, an ecologically friendly preparation used for milk sample preservation (T r z i c k y, 1990), was compared with untreated samples (N) and with samples preserved with sodium azide (A), bronopol (B) and potassium dichromate (C) at a storage temperature of 20-degrees-C (I) and 4-degrees-C (II) in samples kept for 14 and 18 days. Pursuant to the recommendations cited in literature, the preservatives had these concentrations: A = 0.0085 g NaN3 and 0.0630 g NaCl


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