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Bacterial growth in water-based paints

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Switch to water-based has downside in that bacterial growth occurs more readily both in solutions and on and in equipment. In electrocoat painting, anolyte circuit is most vulnerable. Agar jelly plate tests can reveal extent of bacteria and a range of biocides and their proper use, are described.

Bacterial infection from coins and banknotes

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Various studies, some by this author, have shown that coins can harbour thousands of bacteria with paper money an even greater receptor of bacteria and viruses as shown by microbiological studies. Work by the author may have been published. Aristophanes in his play" The Birds" includes a passage where Euelpides mentions holding a silver coin (obolus) in his mouth, possibly with the bactericidal properties of that metal in mind. A Swiss study of infections carried by banknotes was reported in New Scientist. www.newscientist.com/channel/health/dn12116

Bacterial Metal Ion Removal from Wastewaters

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Bacterial process technique by shot peening process

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Keywords: shot peening, bactericide, silver, copper, mould

Bacterial Removal of Heavy Metals from Effluent or Waste Streams

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Bacterial silver resistance: molecular biology and uses and misuses of silver compounds.

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Bactericidal & Oligodynamic Action of Silver & Copper in Hygiene, Medicine & Water Treatment

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ISBN 978-0-904477-30-6 History & science of oligodynamics, toxicity of Cu & Ag, silver & copper for water purification. Mechanisms & rates of metal release and mode of bacterial attack. Atmospheric corrosion of copper in relation to metal ion release. Methods of incorporated Ag & Cu into materials, metals, alloys. cladding, dispersed metal, compounds of Cu & Ag, stainless steel with silver and Ag in plastics. Nano-silver in gels, paints, fabrics & textiles, dental & medical applications, ceramics & glazes, metallising of textiles. With CD-ROM database, some 500 records related to the a/m topics. www.finishingpublications.com

Bactericidal & oligodynamic effects of silver & copper surfaces. an update

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Update to the book by Landau et al; (q.v). Historical aspects, advances in theory are reviewed, notably the rate of Ag ion release as function of its state in the matrix and how this is linked to bactericidal efficacy. Practical developments in bactericidal coatings, organic & inorganic or metallic, are reviewed, incl. patent literature, clothing, engineered products, fabrics etc. 18 refs. In English

Bactericidal additive for container fillers for domestic and laboratory animals.

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Veterinary. bactericidal effect is produced by introducing zeolite-containing additive with particle size of 0.5-4 cm into filter. This additive is modified by introducing copper or silver ions in an amount of 0.01-1.0 wt.% of filter. Bactericidal additive is used for eliminating odor in apartments and production premises, as well as in laboratories, and may be also used for preparing fertilizer in home conditions. simplified composition and preparing method and provision for improved hygienic conditions.

Bactericidal agent for MRSA.

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To obtain a bactericidal and antibacterial agent having completely different basic structure and different antibacterial and bactericidal mechanisms from the conventional antibiotics, free from the resistance to MRSA and exhibiting extremely excellent bactericidal activity against MRSA and suppressing activity against the proliferation of the microorganisms. A bactericidal agent for the use of MRSA is composed of silica gel with the surface on which is placed the layer of aluminosilicate substituted with silver and optionally at least one kind of metal selected from the group of copper and zinc. In the bactericidal agent, the fine hole area is at least 0.3cm<3>/g and the specific surface area is at least 100m<2>/g. A polymer composition having bactericidal activity against MRSA contains the bactericidal agent and a polymer.

Bactericidal and anti-mold agent.

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To obtain a bactericidal and anti-mold agent capable of imparting sustained wide range of bactericidal and anti-mold properties. This fungicidal and anti-mold agent has a hydrolyzing group having a strong binding force with a material and biguanidyl group capable of manifesting bactericidal properties, and further can impart bactericidal and anti-mold properties to various materials by using a biguanidesilane metal complex having a structure of a chelate binding of the biguanidyl group with a metal ion such as silver, copper, zinc, etc., and having the bactericidal properties. The treatment of the materials can be carried out by using the previously prepared biguanidesilane metal complex or by consecutively treating with a biguanidesilane and the solution of the metal compound.

Bactericidal and corrosive properties of silver implanted Titanium Nitride thin films coated on AISI317 stainless steel.

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Bactericidal and fungicidal solution containing inorganic silver complex salt and process for producing the same.

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A bactericidal and fungicidal solution is made by a method wherein an aqueous solution containing ammonium chloride or a chloride of an alkali metal or alkaline earth metal as chloride ions is prepared, a silver salt or metallic silver is added to the aqueous solution and silver ions are dissolved as a chloro complex salt. The aqueous solution exhibits a bactericidal effect at a concentration of silver ions contained as the chloro complex salt of 0.05 mg/liter or more and a bactericidal and fungicidal effect at a concentration of 0.5 mg/liter or more. Graph shows performance.

Bactericidal and fungicidal tacky adhesive composition and tacky adhesive tape and sheet.

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To obtain a tacky adhesive composition having excellent bactericidal and fungicidal activity, by using solid particles of an aluminosilicate containing a metal ion having bactericidal activity. Solid particles of an aluminosilicate (preferably powdery or granular zeolite, etc., having particle diameter of 0.1-3µm) are mixed with a solution of a water-soluble salt containing bacteriostatic metal ion (e.g., silver or copper) to effect the ion exchange and obtain solid particles of a bacteriostatic aluminosilicate (preferably containing 0.01-10% of the bacteriostatic metal) containing the bacteriostatic metal ion adsorbed to the ion exchange group of the aluminosilicate by ion-exchange. A bactericidal and fungicidal tacky adhesive composition is produced by adding preferably 0.02-5% of said bactericidal aluminosilicate solid particles to a tacky adhesive and a bactericidal and fungicidal tacky adhesive tape or sheet is produced by applying said composition to a substrate.

Bactericidal and fungicidal threaded lid.

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To prevent food and drink container from exterior contamination and improve the unfastening function of its threaded lid by a method wherein the inner surface of the threaded lid is coated with bactericidal and fungicidal silver-containing glass and varnish and slipping agent.The inner surface of a threaded lid for use on a food and drink container is coated with bactericidal and fungicidal silver-containing glass, varnish and slipping agent to prevent the contamination by bacteria and fungi without any special bactericidal and fungicidal treatment. More specifically, for example, an aluminum plate is coated under a roller with the composition comprising a mixture of the varnish containing erucic acid amide as a slipping agent and a bactericidal and fungicidal glass. The plate is then baked for about ten minutes at a temperature of about 170-190°C and after wax application is drawn into the form of a threaded lid. In this way the bactericidal and fungicidal threaded lid is obtained which can be prevented from exterior contamination without affecting the torque required for unfastening the lid.