1887

Abstract

SUMMARY: Micro-organisms in aqueous suspensions were killed when voltages above a certain threshold value were discharged through electrodes immersed in the suspensions. The relation of the peak pressure, peak current and the arcing time to the killing effect were studied, but no clear-cut relationship was ascertained. At the discharges shock waves with durations of 20–105 µsec. and pressure amplitudes of 40–250 bar were generated. Although bigger and more solid objects were considerably damaged, the micro-organisms were inconspicuously affected by the pressure shock wave alone.

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1968-02-01
2019-10-16
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