Infant formula and adult nutritionals -Determination of total iodine - Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) (ISO 20647:2015)

ISO 20647:2015 specifies a method for the quantitative determination of total iodine in infant formula and adult nutritional formula.[1] The method is applicable to the measurement of total iodine in infant formula and adult nutritional formula from 0,5 µg/100g to 1 500 µg/100g reconstituted final product and for ready-to-feed products from 2,5 µg/100 g to 1 000 µg/100 g using ICP-MS.
Using various infant formula and adult nutritional products, the method was subjected to an interlaboratory study. Levels obtained ranged from 3,47 µg/100 g to 124 µg/100 g. For all precision data related to the interlaboratory study, see Table A.1 located in Annex A.

Säuglingsanfangsnahrung und Nahrungsergänzungsmittel für Erwachsene - Bestimmung des Gesamtiods - Massenspektrometrie mit induktiv gekoppeltem Plasma (ICP-MS) (ISO 20647:2015)

Formules infantiles et produits nutritionnels pour adultes - Détermination de la teneur en iode total - Spectrométrie de masse avec plasma à couplage inductif (ICP-SM) (ISO 20647:2015)

ISO 20647:2015 spécifie une méthode de détermination quantitative de la teneur en iode total dans les formules infantiles et produits nutritionnels pour adultes[1]. La méthode s'applique au dosage de l'iode total dans les formules infantiles et dans les produits nutritionnels pour adultes entre 0,5 µg/100 g et 1 500 µg/100 g de produit final reconstitué et dans les produits prêts à servir entre 2,5 µg/100 g et 1 000 µg/100 g par ICP-SM.
La méthode a fait l'objet d'une étude interlaboratoires en utilisant diverses formules infantiles et produits nutritionnels pour adultes. Les niveaux obtenus variaient de 3,47 µg/100 g à 124 µg/100 g. Pour toutes les données de fidélité liées à l'étude interlaboratoires, voir le Tableau A.1.

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SLOVENSKI STANDARD
SIST EN ISO 20647:2020
01-julij-2020
Hrana za dojenčke in prehranska dopolnila za odrasle - Določevanje celotnega
joda - Masna spektrometrija z induktivno sklopljeno plazmo (ICP-MS) (ISO
20647:2015)

Infant formula and adult nutritionals -Determination of total iodine - Inductively coupled

plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS) (ISO 20647:2015)
Säuglingsanfangsnahrung und Nahrungsergänzungsmittel für Erwachsene -
Bestimmung des Gesamtiods - Massenspektrometrie mit induktiv gekoppeltem Plasma
(ICP-MS) (ISO 20647:2015)

Formules infantiles et produits nutritionnels pour adultes - Détermination de la teneur en

iode total - Spectrométrie de masse avec plasma à couplage inductif (ICP-SM) (ISO

20647:2015)
Ta slovenski standard je istoveten z: EN ISO 20647:2020
ICS:
67.050 Splošne preskusne in General methods of tests and
analizne metode za živilske analysis for food products
proizvode
67.230 Predpakirana in pripravljena Prepackaged and prepared
hrana foods
SIST EN ISO 20647:2020 en

2003-01.Slovenski inštitut za standardizacijo. Razmnoževanje celote ali delov tega standarda ni dovoljeno.

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EN ISO 20647
EUROPEAN STANDARD
NORME EUROPÉENNE
June 2020
EUROPÄISCHE NORM
ICS 67.050
English Version
Infant formula and adult nutritionals -Determination of
total iodine - Inductively coupled plasma mass
spectrometry (ICP-MS) (ISO 20647:2015)
Formules infantiles et produits nutritionnels pour Säuglingsanfangsnahrung und

adultes - Détermination de la teneur en iode total - Nahrungsergänzungsmittel für Erwachsene -

Spectrométrie de masse avec plasma à couplage Bestimmung des Gesamtiods - Massenspektrometrie

inductif (ICP-SM) (ISO 20647:2015) mit induktiv gekoppeltem Plasma (ICP-MS) (ISO
20647:2015)
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European foreword ....................................................................................................................................................... 3

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The text of ISO 20647:2015 has been prepared by Technical Committee ISO/TC 34 "Food products” of

the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and has been taken over as EN ISO 20647:2020

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Endorsement notice

The text of ISO 20647:2015 has been approved by CEN as EN ISO 20647:2020 without any modification.

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INTERNATIONAL ISO
STANDARD 20647
IDF
234
First edition
2015-11-01
Infant formula and adult
nutritionals — Determination of total
iodine — Inductively coupled plasma
mass spectrometry (ICP-MS)
Formules infantiles et produits nutritionnels pour adultes —
Détermination de la teneur en iode total — Spectrométrie de masse
avec plasma à couplage inductif (ICP-SM)
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IDF 234:2015(E)
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Forewords .....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................iv

1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

2 Principle ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 1

3 Reagents and materials ................................................................................................................................................................................. 1

4 Apparatus ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 5

5 Procedure..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

5.1 Reconstitution ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 6

5.2 Sample preparation ............................................................................................................................................................................ 6

5.3 Addition of reagents ........................................................................................................................................................................... 7

5.4 Oven digestion ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 7

5.5 Open vessel microwave digestion .......................................................................................................................................... 7

5.6 Sample filtering ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

5.7 Sample dilution ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

5.8 Determination ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 8

5.9 Conditioning .............................................................................................................................................................................................. 9

5.10 Calibration .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 9

5.11 Sample analysis ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 9

5.12 Data acceptability ..............................................................................................................................................................................10

6 Calculation ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................10

7 Precision ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................11

7.1 Interlaboratory tests .......................................................................................................................................................................11

7.2 Repeatability ..........................................................................................................................................................................................11

7.3 Reproducibility ....................................................................................................................................................................................11

Annex A (informative) Precision data ..............................................................................................................................................................12

Bibliography .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................13

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It is being published jointly by ISO and IDF and separately by AOAC INTERNATIONAL. The method

described in this International Standard is equivalent to the AOAC Official Method 2012.15: Total iodine

in infant formula and adult/pediatric nutritional formula – inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry.

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ISO 20647 | IDF 234 was prepared by the IDF Standing Committee on Analytical Methods for

Composition and the ISO Technical Committee ISO/TC 34, Food products, Subcommittee SC 5, Milk and

milk products, in collaboration with AOAC INTERNATIONAL. It is being published jointly by ISO and

IDF, and separately by AOAC INTERNATIONAL. The method described in this International Standard

is equivalent to the AOAC Official Method 2012.15: Total iodine in infant formula and adult/pediatric

nutritional formula – inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry.

All work was carried out by the ISO-IDF Project Group C37 of the Standing Committee on Analytical

Methods for Composition under the aegis of its project leader, Mr Erik Konings (CH).

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INTERNATIONAL STANDARD
IDF 234:2015(E)
Infant formula and adult nutritionals — Determination
of total iodine — Inductively coupled plasma mass
spectrometry (ICP-MS)

WARNING — The use of this International Standard can involve hazardous materials, operations

and equipment. This International Standard does not purport to address all the safety problems

associated with its use. It is the responsibility of the user of this International Standard to

establish appropriate safety and health practices and determine the applicability of regulatory

limitations prior to use.
1 Scope

This International Standard specifies a method for the quantitative determination of total iodine in

[1]

infant formula and adult nutritional formula. The method is applicable to the measurement of total

iodine in infant formula and adult nutritional formula from 0,5 µg/100g to 1 500 µg/100g reconstituted

final product and for ready-to-feed products from 2,5 µg/100 g to 1 000 µg/100 g using ICP-MS.

Using various infant formula and adult nutritional products, the method was subjected to an

interlaboratory study. Levels obtained ranged from 3,47 µg/100 g to 124 µg/100 g. For all precision

data related to the interlaboratory study, see Table A.1 located in Annex A.
2 Principle

Digestion occurs using a potassium hydroxide (KOH) solution in an oven or open-vessel microwave

system. Iodine is stabilized with ammonium hydroxide and sodium thiosulfate after digestion. The

solution is brought to volume followed by filtration. The filtrate is analysed directly or after dilution by

inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (ICP-MS).
3 Reagents and materials

During the analysis, unless otherwise stated, use only reagents of recognized analytical grade and

distilled or demineralized water or water of equivalent purity. Equivalent chemicals and reagents may

be used.
3.1 KOH pellets, certified ACS grade, e.g. Fisher Scientific, Fairlawn, NJ .
NOTE KOH may contribute background levels of iodine.

3.2 Ammonium hydroxide (NH OH), 28 % to 30 % (m/m), certified ACS PLUS, Fisher Scientific .

3.3 Sodium thiosulfate (Na S O ), purity ≥ 99,99 %, metal basis, Fisher Scientific .

2 2 3
® 1)
3.4 Surfactant, e.g. Triton X-100, Sigma, St. Louis, MO .
3.5 Concentrated nitric acid (HNO ), Optima, high purity, Fisher Scientific .
3.6 Perchloric acid (HClO ), 70 % (m/m).

1) This is an example of a suitable product available commercially. This information is given for the convenience

of users of this document and does not constitute an endorsement by either ISO or IDF of the product named.

Equivalent products may be used if they can be shown to lead to the same results.

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3.7 Purified water, 18 MΩ/cm.
3.8 Reference standards

3.8.1 Iodide standard solution in water, mass concentration ρ = 1 000 µg/ml, SPEX CertiPrep .

3.8.2 Iodide standard solution in 1 % triethylamine (TEA), ρ = 1 000 µg/ml, Inorganic Ventures .

3.8.3 Standard Reference Material (SRM), National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) SRM

1849a, Infant/Adult Nutritional Formula.

Either stock iodide reference solutions may be used for intermediate and working standard solutions

preparation. The remaining source may be used as a continuing calibration verification (CCV) standard.

Equivalent reference standards may be substituted. ‘Iodide’ may be referred to as ‘iodine’ throughout

this International Standard.
3.9 Internal standards

3.9.1 Praseodymium (Pr) standard solution in 5 % HNO , ρ = 10 µg/ml, Inorganic Ventures .

Individual values of iodine are reported for each test sample using praseodymium as the internal

standard. Equivalent stock internal standard solutions may be substituted.
3.10 Preparation of reagent solutions
3.10.1 General

Prepare all reagent solutions as recommended by either mass per volume or volume per volume.

Adjusting for purity and/or concentration is not required.
3.10.2 KOH solution, ρ = 50 g/l

Dissolve 25 g of KOH pellets in an appropriate amount of purified water, then dilute to 500 ml with

purified water. This solution may be added using a re-pipet volumetric bottle top dispenser. Store this

solution at room temperature. Reagent expires 6 months after preparation date.
3.10.3 Stabilizer concentrate

Dissolve 5 g of Na S O in an appropriate amount of purified water, add 50 ml of NH OH, then dilute to

2 2 3 4

500 ml with purified water. The resulting concentration is 10 % NH OH and 1 % Na S O in purified

4 2 2 3

water. Store this solution at room temperature. Reagent expires 6 months after preparation date.

3.10.4 Wash solution (rinse)

Dissolve 2 g of surfactant (3.4) in an appropriate amount of purified water, add 20 ml of NH OH, then

dilute to 2 000 ml with purified water. The resulting concentration is 1 % NH OH and 0,1 % surfactant

in purified water. This solution may be added using a re-pipet volumetric bottle top dispenser. Store

this solution at room temperature. Reagent expires 6 months after preparation date.

3.10.5 Diluent

Dissolve 10 g of KOH pellets and 0,4 g Na S O in an appropriate amount of purified water, add 4 ml

2 2 3

NH OH, then dilute to 2 000 ml with purified water. Store this solution at room temperature. Reagent

expires 6 months after preparation date.
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Alternatively, for a smaller volume, dilute 50 ml of 5 % KOH and 10 ml of stabilizer concentrate (3.10.3)

to 500 ml with purified water. The resulting concentrations for both preparations are 0,5 % KOH, 0,2 %

NH OH, and 0,02 % Na S O in purified water. Store this solution at room temperature. Reagent expires

4 2 2 3
6 months after preparation date.
3.10.6 Conditioning solution

Prepare by aliquoting 25 ml of KOH solution (3.10.2), then dilute to 250 ml with purified water. Use this

solution to prepare the instrument for analysis. The resulting concentration is 5 g/l KOH. Store this

solution at room temperature. Reagent expires 6 months after preparation date.
3.10.7 Carrier solution

This solution is equivalent to the wash solution (3.10.4). The carrier solution is used to deliver the sample

solution to the nebulizer through the ICP-MS autosampler introduction system. The carrier solution is

introduced via a peristaltic pump using 0,76 mm inside diameter (id) two-stop polyvinyl chloride pump

tubing. Store this solution at room temperature. Reagent expires 6 months after preparation date.

3.11 Preparation of standard solutions
3.11.1 General

Stock solutions are stable until the end date indicated on the certificate of analysis. Intermediate stock

standard, calibration standard, continuing calibration verification and internal standard solutions

are stable at room temperature until the earliest expiration date of all components used to prepare

the solution. These solutions are ready to use for analysis. Do not subject them to any of the various

procedures used to prepare actual samples (i.e. infant formulas and adult nutritionals) for analysis.

3.11.2 Stock iodine and praseodymium solutions

Purchase of stock iodine and praseodymium standard solutions with accompanying certificates of

analysis is recommended.
3.11.3 Intermediate stock standard (ISS) iodine solutions
Prepare the intermediate stock standard iodine solutions according to Table 1.

These ISS solutions are used for calibration standard preparation and are typically prepared according

to Table 1. The ISS concentrations presented are nominal. Using the stock iodine concentration found

on the certificate of analysis, determine the exact concentration of each ISS. An electronic adjustable

volume pipet, capable of delivering 100 µl to 5 000 µl should be used.
Table 1 — Preparation of intermediate stock standard (ISS) iodine solutions

Iodine standard ID of solution used for Initial iodine Aliquot volume Final Final iodine

solution ID preparation concentration ml volume concentration
ng/ml ml ng/ml
10 000 (ISS) Stock 1 000 000 0,5 50 10 000
1 000 (ISS) 10 000 (ISS) 10 000 5 50 1 000
10,0 (ISS) 1 000 (ISS) 1 000 0,5 50 10,0

Aliquot the appropriate amount of iodine standard solution into a single use 50 ml tube (4.1) and add 5 ml of stabilizer

concentrate (3.10.3), fill to the 50 ml mark on the tube with water, cap the tube and then mix thoroughly. The resulting

matrix concentration is 1 % NH OH and 0,1 % Na S O in water.
4 2 2 3
3.11.4 Calibration standard (CS) iodine solutions
Prepare the intermediate stock standard iodine solutions according to Table 2.
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Typical CS standard concentrations are nominally 0,250 ng/ml, 0,500 ng/ml, 1,00 ng/ml, 10,0 ng/ml,

50,0 ng/ml and 100 ng/ml iodine and are typically prepared according to Table 2. The calibration

blank is the zero point of the curve. The curve type used, if using a Perkin Elmer ICP-MS with ELAN

2) 2)

software, should be linear through zero. If using an Agilent or Thermo ICP-MS, force the curve

through the calibration blank. The calibration curve shall have a correlation coefficient (r) of ≥ 0,998

to be acceptable. Determine the exact concentration of each CS (traceable back to the certificate of

analysis) and assign these values to the curve points used to generate the final results. An electronic

adjustable volume pipet, capable of delivering 100 µl to 5 000 µl should be used.

Table 2 — Preparation of calibration standard (CS) iodine and calibration blank (CB) solutions

Iodine standard ID of solution used for Initial iodine Aliquot volume Final Final iodine

solution ID preparation concentration ml volume concentration
ng/ml ml ng/ml
100 (CS) 1 000 (ISS) 1 000 5 50 100
50,0 (CS) 1 000 (ISS) 1 000 2,5 50 50,0
10,0 (CS) 1 000 (ISS) 1 000 0,5 50 10,0
1,00 (CS) 10,0 (ISS) 10,0 5 50 1,00
0,500 (CS) 10,0 (ISS) 10,0 2,5 50 0,500
0,250 (CS) 10,0 (ISS) 10,0 1,25 50 0,250
a a a
Blank (CB) n.a. n.a. n.a. 50 0

Aliquot the appropriate amount of iodine standard solution into a single use 50 ml tube (4.1) and add 5 ml of 5 % KOH and

1 ml of stabilizer concentrate (3.10.3), fill to the 50 ml mark on the tube with water, cap the tube and then mix thoroughly.

The resulting matrix concentration is 0,5 % KOH and approximately 0,2 % NH OH and approximately 0,02 % Na S O in

4 2 2 3
water.
n.a. is not applicable

3.11.5 Intermediate continuing calibration verification (ICCV), continuing calibration verification

(CCV) iodine solutions and continuing calibration blank (CCB) solution

A CCV solution shall be prepared from a source other than that used for the CS solutions. For example,

if a stock solution from SPEX CertiPrep was used to prepare the CS solutions, do not use this same

solution to prepare the CCV solution. Instead use a stock solution from Inorganic Ventures (or another

suitable manufacturer) to prepare the CCV solution.

Prepare the intermediate continuing calibration verification, continuing calibration verification

standards solutions and continuing calibration blank according to Table 3.

ICCV solutions are used for preparation of the CCV standard solution and are typically prepared

according to Table 3. The ICCV and CCV concentrations presented are nominal. Using the stock iodine

concentration found on the certificate of analysis (from the second source), determine the exact

concentration of each ICCV. With this information, determine the exact concentration of the CCV

standard. An electronic adjustable volume pipet, capable of delivering 100 µl to 5 000 µl should be used.

2) This is an example of a suitable product available commercially. This information is given for the convenience

of users of this document and does not constitute an endorsement by either ISO or IDF of the product named.

Equivalent products may be used if they can be shown to lead to the same results.

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Table 3 — Preparation of intermediate continuing calibration verification (ICCV), continuing

calibration verification (CCV) iodine solutions and continuing calibration blank (CCB) solution

Iodine standard ID of solution used for Initial iodine Aliquot volume Final Final iodine

solution ID preparation concentration ml volume concentration
ng/ml ml ng/ml
10 000 (ICCV) Stock 1 000 000 0,5 50 10 000
1 000 (ICCV) 10 000 (ICCV) 10 000 5 50 1 000
10,0 (CCV) 1 000 (ICCV) 1 000 0,5 50 10,0
a a a
Blank (CCB) n.a. n.a. n.a. 50 0
Aliquot the appropriate amount of iodin
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