bactericide


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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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Extraction of the bactericide with water-ethanol mixtures shows that the loss of bactericide is more related to the liquid-network interaction than to the solubility of the bactericide in the liquid.
Procedures for adding bactericide are demonstrated, and the technique for checking coolant concentration with a refractometer is practiced.
Additives Offered: algicides, bactericides, biocides, fungicides, mildewcides
Using variable bactericide can control the number of bacteria; it is also a good idea to add rotating fresh water into circulating water to improve the quality of the product.
Clinical results indicate that ozone is an effective bactericide and fungicide, and does not alter the nutritional value of foods.
Many escape hot-water washes or sprays containing bactericide and surfactants," says Morgan.
Not only does it act as an antiseptic, anaesthetic, bactericide, fungicide and pus solvent, but it is also supposed to promote cell and tissue growth.
He refers to the extensive work by investigators in large institutions and private laboratories that revealed vitamin C was an effective bactericide, an effective destroyer of most forms of tubercle bacilli.
Fish, they suggest, could be one dietary source of 2,3,7,8-TCDD, which enters the environment as an industrial contaminant in the antiseptic hexachlorophene and in the bactericide 2,4,5-trichlorophenol.
Tenders are invited for Anti Bactericide Chemical In A Pack Of 05 Ltrs For The Water Processing Plant For Locos Water Cooling System.
An integrated bactericide, heavy weight stability, graspability from all directions, and more features combine to make Andure outdoor furniture an affordable seating option.
Chlorine dioxide, according to Tsai, was about five times more powerful as a bactericide than chlorine.