[ US /dɪsɪnˈfɛkʃən/ ]
[ UK /dˌɪsɪnfˈɛkʃən/ ]
  1. treatment to destroy harmful microorganisms
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How To Use disinfection In A Sentence

  • Consequently, ozone needs to be generated on-site for deodorization, disinfection and even sterilization purposes.
  • 03-Jul-2008 - New disinfection and disinfestant food technology using radio frequency (RF) heating can eliminate microbes and ... MeatProcess RSS
  • Jinling is the first manufacturer of in China engaged with professional production of embedded disinfection cabinet.
  • Louis Pasteur, sometimes regarded as the father of modern medicine, put forward the germ theory of disease, which set the foundation for disinfection and vaccination as keystones for disease management.
  • Failure to do so will result in disinfection failure because the disinfectant / sterilant may not be exposed to all surfaces of the endoscope.
  • Control measures undertaken include quarantine and disinfection of infected premises.
  • Unlike UV or other disinfection techniques [such as chlorination] they can also kill some of the toughest microbes such as spores," he said. SciDev.Net
  • If disinfection is not possible, let equipment dry completely for at least 48 hours. Conservation News: Rock Snot and Felt
  • Ultraviolet disinfection units may destroy bacteria, inactivate viruses, and leave no taste or odor in the water.
  • Chlorine disinfection is even more of a problem when chlorine leaks into the receiving bodies of water before dechlorination is completed. Chlorine Treatment Seen as Risky
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