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Theoretical and Practical Approach to the Disinfection of Municipal Waste Water Using Chlorine Dioxide
Disinfection efficiency of urban waste water treatment depends on treated water characteristics and receiving medium. The amount of chlorine dioxide (2 to 5 mg/l) needed for a given effluent is
Inorganic and organic byproducts of the reactions between chlorite, activated carbon, and phenolic compounds.
High-performance liquid chromatography, total organic halogen, and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry analyses showed that many organic byproducts such as chlorophenols, p-benzoquinone, dimerization, and carboxylation products were formed on the surface of activated carbon.
[Comparative study of the in vitro- and vivo- antimicrobial activity of seven antiseptic solutions for use on surgeon's hands (author's transl)].
The antibacterial activity of 7 antiseptic solutions has been studied both "in vitro en in vivo", and the 3 solutions that have been shown to be the most antibacterial in both cases are 90 degrees alcohol, Remanol and Hibiscrub.
Mixed ventilated foils