On the Relative Power of Various Substances in Arresting Putrefaction and the Development of Protoplasmic and Fungus-Life

F. Crace-Calvert
1871 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London  
192 so that the fluid after sixteen days contained as much vibrio-life as ft, standard putrid albumen, Chloride of aluminium, sulphurous acid and prussic acid. _ The fifth class contains those compounds which acted injuriously at first, destroying the locomotive power of most of the vibrios, bnt winch s te wards permitted the vibrios to increase more rapidly than in the standard Bleaching-powder, bichloride of mercury, chlorine-solution, caustic soda, acetic and nitric acids, sulphate of iron,
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doi:10.1098/rspl.1871.0045 fatcat:aej6z55z65asbbsj4l2mgidfme