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The Fertilisers (Sampling and Analysis) Regulations 1991

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  1. Introductory Text

  2. 1.Title, commencement and interpretation

  3. 2.Prescribed amount for the purposes of the definition of sampled portion

  4. 3.Manner of taking, marking, sealing and fastening up of samples

  5. 4.Methods of sending part of a sample

  6. 5.Qualifications of agricultural analysts and deputy agricultural analysts

  7. 6.Application of the methods of analysis

  8. 7.Form of certificate of analysis

  9. 8.Modification of the Agriculture Act 1970

  10. 9.Revocations

  11. Signature

    1. SCHEDULE 1

      MANNER OF TAKING, MARKING, SEALING AND FASTENING UP OF SAMPLES

      1. PART I DEFINITIONS

      2. PART II GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE TAKING IF SAMPLES

        1. 1.In the case of fertiliser in containers, only unopened containers...

        2. 2.The sample shall be taken and prepared as quickly as...

        3. 3.No sample shall be drawn from any part of the...

        4. 4.When stones are naturally present in a fertiliser, they shall,...

        5. 5.An inspector who intends to take a sample in accordance...

        6. 6.The sampling apparatus shall be made of materials which cannot...

        7. 7.In the case of a sampling spear its dimensions shall...

        8. 8.Notwithstanding the provisions of these Regulations, a sampling spear shall...

        9. 9.Mechanical appartus may be used for the sampling of moving...

        10. 10.Apparatus designed to divide the sample into approximately equal parts...

        11. 11.A sample taken in accordance with the methods described below...

      3. PART III QUANTITATIVE REQUIREMENTS

        1. 1.Sampled portion

        2. 2.Incremental sample

        3. 3.Aggregate sample

        4. 4.Final sample

      4. PART IV TAKING AND PREPARATION OF SAMPLES

        1. 1.Incremental samples

        2. 2.Aggregate sample

        3. 3.Reduced sample

        4. 4.Final samples

      5. PART V MARKING, SEALING AND FASTENING UP OF THE FINAL SAMPLE

        1. 1.Each container of a final sample shall be so secured...

        2. 2.A label shall be attached to the container or receptacle...

        3. 3.The container or receptacle may also be sealed, or the...

      6. PART VI SAMPLING TABLES

    2. SCHEDULE 2

      METHODS OF ANALYSIS

      1. PART I

        1. 1.General

        2. 2.Reagents and Apparatus

        3. 3.Methods of analysis

        4. 1. PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE FOR ANALYSIS

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.APPARATUS

          4. 4.CHOICE OF TREATMENT TO BE USED

          5. 5.METHOD

          6. 6.SPECIAL CASES

          7. 7.FLUID FERTILISERS

        5. 2. DETERMINATION OF AMMONIACAL NITROGEN

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF THE RESULT

          9. TABLE FOR METHOD 2

        6. 3a. DETERMINATION OF NITRIC AND AMMONIACAL NITROGEN— ULSCH METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF THE RESULTS

        7. 3b. DETERMINATION OF NITRIC AND AMMONIACAL NITROGEN—ARND METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF THE RESULTS

        8. 3c. DETERMINATION OF NITRIC AND AMMONIACAL NITROGEN—DEVARDA METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        9. 4a. DETERMINATION OF THE TOTAL NITROGEN IN CALCIUM CYANAMIDE—IN THE ABSENCE OF NITRATE

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF THE RESULT

        10. 4b. DETERMINATION OF TOTAL NITROGEN IN CALCIUM CYANAMIDE—IN THE PRESENCE OF NITRATE

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF THE RESULTS

        11. 5. DETERMINATION OF TOTAL NITROGEN IN UREA

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF THE RESULT

        12. 6. DETERMINATION OF CYANAMIDE NITROGEN

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        13. 7. DETERMINATION OF BIURET IN UREA

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        14. 8a. DETERMINATION OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF NITROGEN IN THE SAME SAMPLE—IN THE PRESENCE OF CYANAMIDE NITROGEN

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.VERIFICATION OF THE RESULTS

        15. 8b. DETERMINATION OF DIFFERENT FORMS OF NITROGEN IN THE SAME SAMPLE—IN THE ABSENCE OF CYANAMIDE NITROGEN

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 1.Remarks

          9. 2.The titration may also be carried out using an indicator...

          10. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        16. 9a. EXTRACTION OF TOTAL PHOSPHORUS BY MINERAL ACIDS

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

        17. 9b. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY 2% FORMIC ACID

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

        18. 9c. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY 2% CITRIC ACID

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENT

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

        19. 9d. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY NEUTRAL AMMONIUM CITRATE

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

        20. 9e. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY ALKALINE AMMONIUM CITRATE (PETERMANN'S METHOD) AT 65°C.

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

        21. 9f. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY ALKALINE AMMONIUM CITRATE (PETERMANN'S METHOD) AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURE

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENT

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

        22. 9g. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY JOULIE'S ALKALINE AMMONIUM CITRATE

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.APPENDIX

        23. 9h. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY WATER

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

        24. 10. DETERMINATION OF EXTRACTED PHOSPHORUS (Gravimetric method using quinoline phosphomolybdate)

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        25. 11. DETERMINATION OF WATER-SOLUBLE POTASSIUM

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        26. 12a. DETERMINATION OF WATER-SOLUBLE MAGNESIUM—ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        27. 12b. DETERMINATION OF WATER-SOLUBLE MAGNESIUM—EDTA METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        28. 13a. DETERMINATION OF TOTAL MAGNESIUM—ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        29. 13b. DETERMINATION OF TOTAL MAGNESIUM—EDTA METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        30. 14. DETERMINATION OF CHLORIDES IN THE ABSENCE OF ORGANIC MATERIAL

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          7. 7.PROCEDURE

          8. 8.EXPRESSION OF RESULT

        31. 15a. DETERMINATION OF FINENESS OF GRINDING—DRY METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PROCEDURE

          6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        32. 15b. DETERMINATION OF THE FINENESS OF GRINDING OF SOFT NATURAL PHOSPHATES

          1. 1.SCOPE

          2. 2.FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.REAGENTS

          5. 5.APPARATUS

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

          8. 8.REMARK

        33. 16. METHODS OF ANALYSIS AND TEST PROCEDURES FOR AMMONIUM NITRATE FERTILISERS CONTAINING MORE THAN 28% NITROGEN BY WEIGHT

          1. A.

            Methods for the Application of Thermal Cycles

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.THERMAL CYCLES

          2. B.

            Determination of Oil Retention

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.DEFINITION

            3. 3.PRINCIPLE

            4. 4.REAGENT

            5. 5.APPARATUS

            6. 6.PROCEDURE

            7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

          3. C.

            Determination of the Combustible Ingredients

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.PRINCIPLE

            3. 3.REAGENTS

            4. 4.APPARATUS

            5. 5.PROCEDURE

            6. 6.BLANK TEST

            7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

          4. D.

            Determination of the pH value

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.PRINCIPLE

            3. 3.REAGENTS

            4. 4.APPARATUS

            5. 5.APPARATUS

            6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

          5. E.

            Determination of the Particle Size

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.PRINCIPLE

            3. 3.APPARATUS

            4. 4.PROCEDURE

            5. 5.EVALUATION OF RESULTS

            6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

          6. F.

            Determination of the Chlorine Content (as Chloride Ion)

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.PRINCIPLE

            3. 3.REAGENTS

            4. 4.APPARATUS

            5. 5.PROCEDURE

            6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

          7. G.

            Determination of Copper

            1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

            2. 2.PRINCIPLE

            3. 3.REAGENTS

            4. 4.APPARATUS

            5. 5.PROCEDURE

            6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

      2. PART II

        1. 1.General

        2. 2.Reagents and Apparatus

        3. 3.Methods of Analysis

        4. 1.Preparation of the sample for analysis

        5. 2.Determination of moisture

        6. 3.Determination of total nitrogen—chromium powder reduction method

        7. 4.Determination of urea

        8. 5.a.Extraction of phosphorus—by mineral acids (total phosphorus)

        9. b.Extraction of phosphorus—by 2% citric acid

        10. 6.Determination of extracted phosphorus—spectrophotometric method

        11. 7.a.Determination of potassium—gravimetric method

        12. b.Determination of potassium—flame photometric method

        13. 8.Determination of total magnesium

        14. 9.a.Determination of boron—titrimetric method

        15. b.Determination of boron—spectrophotometric method

        16. 10.Determination of cobalt

        17. 11.Determination of molybdenum

        18. 12.Determination of copper

        19. 13.Determination of iron

        20. 14.Determination of manganese

        21. 15.Determination of the nuetralising value in limiting materials

        22. 16.Determination of fineness of products other than potassic bag slag...

        23. 17.Determination of fineness of potassic basic slag.

        24. 1. PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE FOR ANALYSIS

          1. 1.INTRODUCTION

          2. 2.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 3.PRINCIPLE

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PROCEDURE

          6. WARNING

          7. 6.SPECIAL CASES

          8. 7.FLUID FERTILISERS

        25. 2. DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.APPARATUS

          4. 4.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          5. 5.PROCEDURE

          6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULT

        26. 3. DETERMINATION OF TOTAL NITROGEN-CHROMIUM POWDER REDUCTION METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        27. 4. DETERMINATION OF UREA

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        28. 5a. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY MINERAL ACIDS (TOTAL PHOSPHOROUS)

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

        29. 5b. EXTRACTION OF PHOSPHORUS BY 2 % CITRIC ACID

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENT

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

        30. 6. DETERMINATION OF EXTRACTED PHOSPHORUS—SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PROCEDURE

          6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        31. 7a. DETERMINATION OF POTASSIUM-GRAVIMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        32. 7b. DETERMINATION OF POTASSIUM-FLAME PHOTOMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        33. 8. DETERMINATION OF TOTAL MAGNESIUM

          1. 8.1.EXTRACTION OF TOTAL MAGNESIUM

          2. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          3. 2.PRINCIPLE

          4. 3.REAGENTS

          5. 4.APPARATUS

          6. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          7. 6.PROCEDURE

          8. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          9. 2.PRINCIPLE

          10. 3.REAGENTS

          11. 4.APPARATUS

          12. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          13. 6.PROCEDURE

          14. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        34. 9a. DETERMINATION OF BORON-TITRIMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULT

        35. 9b. DETERMINATION OF BORON-SPECTROPHOTOMETRIC METHOD

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        36. 10. DETERMINATION OF COBALT

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        37. 11 DETERMINATION OF MOLYBDENUM

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF THE SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        38. 12. DETERMINATION OF COPPER

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        39. 13. DETERMINATION OF IRON

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        40. 14. DETERMINATION OF MANGANESE

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.APPARATUS

          5. 5.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          6. 6.PROCEDURE

          7. 7.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        41. 15. DETERMINATION OF THE NEUTRALISING VALUE IN LIMING MATERIALS

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.REAGENTS

          4. 4.PREPARATION OF SAMPLE

          5. 5.PROCEDURE

          6. 6.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        42. 16. DETERMINATION OF FINENESS OF PRODUCTS OTHER THAN POTASSIC BASIC SLAG

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.APPARATUS

          4. 4.PROCEDURE

          5. 5.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

        43. 17. DETERMINATION OF FINENESS OF POTASSIC BASIC SLAG

          1. 1.SCOPE AND FIELD OF APPLICATION

          2. 2.PRINCIPLE

          3. 3.APPARATUS

          4. 4.PROCEDURE

          5. 5.EXPRESSION OF RESULTS

      3. APPENDIX TO SCHEDULE 2

    3. SCHEDULE 3

      FORM OF CERTIFICATE OF ANALYSIS

  12. Explanatory Note

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