bactericide


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bactericide

[bak′tir·ə‚sīd]
(materials)
An agent that destroys bacteria.
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That is the reason for the presence of a mild bactericide in the formulation.
When we worked on the hypobromous acid creation mechanisms and its modes of action as an active principle for swimming pool disinfection, we noted that the bactericide effect of this biocide was developed against 4 pathogenic bacteria likely to be present in water: Enterococcus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, E.
A normal bactericide will only target one or two aspects and it'sonly going to be active when it is wet for a limited period.
Triclosan is a bactericide which can also remove oral flora; MDGN is a preservative which can cause skin rashes, according to Greenpeace.
Herbal clear products contain one of the most potent lichen Bactericide ever identified.
This time the artist used mostly white fabric (along with a few pieces in bright orange), on which he drew with gentian violet, a purple dye commonly used as a bactericide and fungicide.
Schweizer at Colorado State University in Fort Collins and his colleagues have shown an increase in pump production in P aeruginosa exposed to triclosan, a general bactericide used in antibacterial soaps, kids' toys, and clothing.
Silver is a bactericide whose properties have long been known.
Many escape hot-water washes or sprays containing bactericide and surfactants," says Morgan.
Every other Friday, more bactericide and fungicide are added to each coolant sump and circulated for 1 hr.
The register of current cleaning, journal of registration and control of the ultraviolet bactericide plant, journal of temperature and humidity control in the offices, technological journal of class b and b waste accounting, journal of drugs with a limited shelf life
It is a liquid broad-spectrum algaecide, fungicide and bactericide that works on contact and leaves behind no residue making it ideal for use in agricultural industries.