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To sterilize by the use of cleaning agent such as bleach
to remove or destroy the poison of infectious or contagious diseases
{v} to cleanse from infection
destroy microorganisms or pathogens by cleansing; "disinfect a wound
To kill or inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria and viruses in swimming pool water
To free from infection by destruction of a pest established in or on plants or plant parts
{f} cleanse from germs, sterilize
To destroy germs
destroy microorganisms or pathogens by cleansing; "disinfect a wound"
To kill disease carrying organisms
To kill al pathogenic (disease-causing) organisms
To remove potentially pathogenic microorganisms from an object or environment
If you disinfect something, you clean it using a substance that kills germs. Chlorine is used to disinfect water = sterilize
To free from infectious or contagious matter; to destroy putrefaction; to purify; to make innocuous
(verb)- to clean something so as to destroy disease-carrying microorganisms and prevent infection Example: Even after a finishing barn is clean as defined above, bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms that are capable of causing disease may remain in the air or on surfaces Application of a disinfectant after cleaning could help to destroy some of those disease-carrying microorganisms The effectiveness of the disinfectant could be dependent on temperature, water hardness, surface texture and composition, and the effectiveness of prior washing and rinsing
Make clean and free from infection, especially by using a chemical disinfectant
disinfection
Treatment with disinfectant materials in order to destroy harmful microorganisms
disinfection
{n} a purification from infecting matter
disinfected
past of disinfect
disinfected
{s} cleansed from germs, sterilized
disinfecting
present participle of disinfect
disinfection
The process designed to kill most microorganisms in water, including essentially all pathogenic (disease causing) bacteria There are several ways to disinfect, with chlorine being most frequently used in water treatment Compare with sterilization
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Is the application of a chemical to kill most, but not all, microorganisms that may be present Chlorine is added to Glendale's drinking water for disinfection By State law, drinking water must contain a minimum of 0 2 mg/L free chlorine Disinfection makes drinking water safe to consume from the standpoint of killing pathogenic microorganisms including bacteria and viruses Disinfection does not remove all bacteria from drinking water, but the bacteria that can survive disinfection with chlorine are not pathogenic bacteria that can cause disease in normal healthy humans
disinfection
The process of destroying microorganisms in water by the application of a disinfectant, killing most of the harmful and objectionable bacteria in sewage or drinking water usually accomplished by introduction of chlorine or exposure to ultraviolet radiation which sterilizes the bacteria
disinfection
The act of disinfecting; purification from infecting matter
disinfection
The process of killing harmful and objectionable microorganisms by various agents such as chemicals, heat, ultraviolet light, ultrasonic waves, or radiation
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The inactivation or killing of pathogens This plant uses UV lamps to disrupt the DNA of pathogens which makes them unable to reproduce Most plants use chlorine but it's dangerous to handle and may create unhealthful by-products Disinfection is not the same as sterilization which is killing all organisms and not just the ones that cause disease
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Implies the use of antimicrobial agents on inanimate objects (e g , work surfaces, equipment, etc) to destroy all organisms that could pose a potential hazard to humans or compromise the integrity of the experiment
disinfection
is the chemical or physical treatment that destroys most vegetative microbes (or viruses), but not spores, in or on inanimate objects/substances
disinfection
{i} sterilization, destruction of harmful organisms (i.e bacteria)
disinfection
A chemical process used to kill any germs in the water
disinfection
The destruction of bacteria and other germs
disinfection
Destruction of bacteria in a water supply or distribution system
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A process in which pathogenic (disease-producing) bacteria are killed; may involve disinfecting agents such as chlorine, or physical processes such as heating
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Trevira CS fabrics may be disinfected using any of the usual methods as listed in the Federal Health Act ("Bundesgesundheitsblatt") – para 10 of the Federal Legislation on Disease ("Bundesseuchengesetz") This a great advantage over textiles given a finish with flame-retardant agents as the finish is damaged by the disinfection treatment
disinfection
A process by which viable biohazardous agents are reduced to a level unlikely to produce disease in healthy people, plants or animals
disinfection
The treatment of water to inactivate, destroy, and/or remove pathogenic bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and other parasites
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Killing of infectious agents outside the body by direct exposure to chemical or physical agents High-level disinfection may kill all microorganisms with the exception of high numbers of bacterial spores; it requires extended exposure to ensure killing of most bacterial spores It is achieved, after thorough detergent cleaning, by exposure to specific concentrations of certain disinfectants (e g , 2% glutaraldehyde, 6% stabilized hydrogen peroxide and up to 1% peracetic acid) for at least 20 minutes Intermediate-level disinfection does not kill spores; it can be achieved by pasteurization (75 deg C [167 deg F ] for 30 minutes) or by appropriate treatment with EPA-approved disinfectants
disinfection
A process in which pathogenic (disease producing bacteria) are killed; may involve disinfecting agents such as chlorine, or physical processes such as heating
disinfection
Inactivation (killing) of pathogens or organisms, capable of causing infectious disease, by chemical or physical processes
disinfection
The process by which pathogenic (disease-causing) microorganisms are killed
disinfection
the killing of the larger portion of the harmful and objectionable bacteria in the sewage Usually accomplished by introduction of chlorine, but more and more facilities are using exposure to ultraviolet radiation, which renders the bacteria sterile
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Treatment of objects or surfaces to remove or inactivate organisms such as vegetative bacteria, viruses and fungi, but not spores Disinfection can be achieved by heat, by immersion in boiling water or by applying certain antiseptics
disinfection
The treatment of water to inactivate, destroy and/or remove bacteria and other microorganisms from it Chlorine, ultraviolet light and ozone are often used for this purpose
disinfection
treatment to destroy harmful microorganisms
disinfection
  a cleaning process which destroys most microorganisms, but not highly resistant forms such as bacterial and mycotic spores
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effective killing by chemical or physical processes of all organisms capable of causing infectious disease Chlorination is the disinfection method commonly employed in sewage-treatment processes
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is a process capable of destroying pathogenic microorganisms but, as ordinarily used, not bacterial spores
disinfection
The killing or inactivation of human-disease-causing microorganisms or pathogens
disinfects
third-person singular of disinfect
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