according to GB 4789.30-2016
according to ISO 10272-1:2017
according to ISO 10272-2:2017
according to ISO 11290-1:2017
according to ISO 11290-2:2017
23.3 mmHg ( 30 °C)
2.8-3.2% (redox titration)
limited shelf life, expiry date on the label
microbe id | specific enzyme detection: suitable
food and beverages
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