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GAIN Report - IS5009Page 58 of 2

8. Methyl alcohol (methanol) in milligrams per liter

9. Non-alcoholic elements, in grams per 100 liters of 100% alcohol, including:

      a.      Volatile acids such as acetic acid

b.Aldehydes such as ethanal

c.Furforol

d.Esters (such as ethyl acetate)

e.Total high alcohols, including:

Propanol 1

Methyl 2 – propanol 2

Butanol 1

Methyl 2, butanol 1 and methyl 3, butanol 1

               Total non-alcoholic coefficient

(2)Tests for liqueurs, cordials, cocktails and aperitifs

1.Alcohol in % by volume.

2.Total fat in grams per liter (milk fat)

3.Overall sugar as reducing sugar in grams per liter

4.Protein (about 25.6 X)

5.Acidity such as citric acid in grams per liter

6.Dry extract (dry material) in grams per liter

7.Ash in grams per liter

8.Color index

9.Methyl alcohol in milligrams per liter

(3)Tests for wines, dessert (sweet) wines, sparkling wines and sangria

1.Alcohol in % by volume.

2.Alcohol by weight (in grams per liter)

3.Specific weight 20/20

4.Volumetric mass

5.Specific weight of non-alcoholic distillate residue

6.Sugars: total expressed as reducing sugar

7.Reducing sugar (in grams per liter)

8.Sucrose (in grams per liter)

9.Polarization of polarimetric plane

10.Dry extract: Total according to densimetry (in grams per liter)

11.Less sugar (non-reducing extract) (in grams per liter)

12.Corrected (reduced extract) (in grams per liter)

13.Total acidity expressed as wine acid (in grams per liter)

14.Volatile acidity expressed as acetic acid (in grams per liter)

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