<sub-part> Sub-Part of a Standard
A numbered sub-part inside the body (<body>) of a standards document. Sub-parts are physically included within the standard, but a sub-part contains its own body and may contain its own metadata and back matter as well.
A sub-part (<sub-part>) is frequently presented with its own Table of Contents and pagination.
Bundles and Collections
A standard bundle or collection of standards (a group of standards that are to be considered/sold/packaged together) is typically produced from individual standards documents after the standards have been produced. Each standard in a bundle is considered to be an independent standards document, and none is a part or sub-part of any other.
Models and Context
May be contained in
<!ELEMENT sub-part %sub-part-model; >
Expanded Content Model
(((label?, title) | std-meta), body, back?)
Sub-part within the body
... <body> ... <sub-part> <title>METHOD B—Mixed Acid-Oxidating Salt Test</title> <body> <sec sec-type="signuse" id="s00068"> <label>11</label> <title>Significance and Use</title> ... </sec> </body> </sub-part> </body> ...