The Kjeldahl method is used to determine the nitrogen content of a sample. In this analysis, the sample is digested with a strong acid and the free nitrogen reacts to form ammonium sulfate.
Catalysts (tablets) are added to speed up this process. The next step is distillation followed by a titration. Several chemicals are required in this process. From acids for the digestion, to the volumetric solutions and indicators for the final titration.
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The Kjeldahl method is used for the quantitative determination of nitrogen contained in organic substances plus the nitrogen contained in the inorganic compounds ammonia and ammonium (NH3/NH4+) in all kinds of food or environment samples such as:
- Meat and related product such as sausages
- Grain and flour
- Milk and related products (cheese and milk powder)
- Water (waste and drinking) or effluents....