peroxyacetic acid


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peroxyacetic acid

[pə¦räk·sē·ə¦sēd·ik ′as·əd]
(organic chemistry)
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Generation of controlled atmospheres for the determination of the irritant potency of peroxyacetic acid. Ann Occup Hyg.
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Pilot air sampling was conducted on July 29, including the collection of full-shift, time-weighted average personal air samples from five workers for measurement of hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid, and peroxyacetic acid.
Poona, for 10 minutes in water, 100 ppm of chlorine, acidified calcium sulfate (1.2% Safe2OACS 50), 1000 ppm of acidified sodium chlorite (Sanova[TM]), 80 ppm of peroxyacetic acid (Tsunami[R]) and a combination of ACS and Tsunami.
The experiment included 100 "naturally contaminated" barrels from a few different wineries and compared five treatments: sulfur dioxide, peroxyacetic acid, steam, chlorine dioxide and ozone.
The scientists found that rinsing the samples with 200 mg per L of sodium hypochlorite, or with peroxyacetic acid, or placing them in contact with gaseous chlorine dioxide, resulted in significantly higher reductions of the total plate count--1.5 to 2.5 log cfu per g--than did washing the cabbage with tap water, in which the total plate count was reduced by only 0.5 log cfu per g.
Efficacy of sodium hypochlorite and peroxyacetic acid to reduce murine norovirus 1, B40-8, Listeria monocytogenes, and Escherichia coli O157:H7 on shredded iceberg lettuce and in residual wash water.
chicken companies can replace the chlorinated rinse with cetylpyridinium chloride, peroxyacetic acid or hydrogen peroxide.
negotiators agreed that three alternative sanitizing compounds will be used: cetylpyridinium chloride, hydrogen peroxide or peroxyacetic acid. It was the chlorinated rinse that caused Russia to ban imports of U.S.
According to US trade officials, the deal reached at the Washington summit calls for resuming exports of United States poultry not treated with chlorine, and includes three alternative pathogen-reduction treatments (PRTs)--cetylpyridinium chloride (sold under the Cecure brand), hydrogen peroxide and peroxyacetic acid.