Antiseptics, Disinfectants, Fungicides, and Chemical and Physical Sterilization
George Fultz Reddish
Lea & Febiger, 1957 - Antiseptics - 975 pages
Introduction; Antiseptics; Disinfectants; Fungistats and fungicides; Preservatives; Chemical and physical sterilization; Psteurization.
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CHAPTER PAGE PART I INTRODUCTION 1 HISTORICAL REVIEWG F Reddish
DEFINITION OF TERMSG F Reddish
METHODS OF TESTING 3 METHODS OF TESTINGGENERAL REVIEWG F Reddish
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