phenol coefficient test

phenol coefficient test
A test to measure the effectiveness of disinfectants by comparing their activity against test bacteria with that of phenol.

Microbiology. . 2009.

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  • Rideal-Walker test — Ri·de·al Walk·er test ri dē(ə)l wȯ kər n a test for determining the phenol coefficient esp. of a disinfectant Rideal Samuel (1863 1929), and Walker J. T. Ainslie (1868 1930) British chemists. Rideal taught chemistry and was an expert on the… …   Medical dictionary

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