Analytical Methods Expert Working Groups
Most of the Expert Working Groups are orientated towards a specific topic area. Much of the financial support for them has been provided by government bodies, particularly the Food Standards Agency and the NMO.
The present Expert Working Groups are:
The work of this Expert Working Group involves introduction and validation of new methods of analysis and improvement of existing methods, through collaborative testing.
The aims of the Expert Working Group are the elaboration and validation of analytical methods to determine the quality and authenticity of traded essential oils.
This Expert Working Group started as the Nitrogen Factors Sub-Committee which had the aim to investigate the (proximate) composition of meat and fish to enable nitrogen factors for...
The aim of the Heritage Science Expert Working Group is to promote the role and importance of analytical science in the heritage sector.
The Instrumental Analysis Expert Working Group is the successor to the earlier AMC Sub-Committees on Instrumental Criteria (IASC) and Mass Spectrometry (MSSC). The objectives of th...
Statistics, as the conceptual language of calibration and all aspects of data quality, plays an axial role in analytical science. The Expert Working Group aims to make available be...
The aim is to consider the effect of sampling uncertainty, and procedures for its elaboration, and to make recommendations as to best practice in aspects of sampling.