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Available online at www.sciencedirect.com Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 50 (2008) 313–321 www.elsevier.com/locate/yrtph Deﬁning maximum levels of higher alcohols in alcoholic beverages and surrogate alcohol products Dirk W.
Consumption of surrogate alcohols (i.e., nonbeverage alcohols and illegally produced alcohols) was shown to impact on different causes of death, not only poisoning or liver disease, and appears to be a major public health problem in Russia and elsewhere.
From a public health standpoint, it is likewise imprudent to lower taxes for recorded alcohols, as this may have the unintended consequence of increasing the total consumption of alcohol above the original level, as was found in Finland (Mäkelä &
(ii) volatile constituents, such as acetaldehyde or higher alcohols, which may be produced in significant amounts due to faults in production technology or microbiological spoilage;
For a standard spirit drink analysis, higher alcohols and other volatile compounds are determined using gas chromatography.