- A bactericide or bacteriocide, abbreviated Bcidal,
is a substance that kills bacteria and, ideally, nothing else.
Bactericidal antibiotics kill bacteria; bacteriostatic antibiotics
slow their growth or reproduction.
antiseptics (i.e., germicide agents that can be used on human or
animal body, skin, mucoses, wounds and the like), few of the above
mentioned disinfectants can be used, under proper conditions (mainly
concentration, pH, temperature and toxicity toward humans and
to the dentist, the British Army used bactericide chlorohexidine to
sterilize surgical equipment during World War II.
sterilizing substance was proved to work as a mouthwash by a Danish
scientist but still, it is in need of improvement. Although this
news sounded exciting, it was terrible because after moments of
applying this drug, it stains the teeth black.
Bactericide uses chlorine dioxide to remove odor and bacteria.
- Spray applications of bactericides effectively
inhibit mine acid formation for three or four months and have to be
repeated several times a year to get effective control on active
refuse and coal piles.
- Biocides are used in the leather industry at
various stages in the production process.
For example bactericides are used during the soaking stage,
whereas fungicides are used during chrome tanning
and fat liquoring.
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