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, Volume 2, Issue 3, pp 86–99 | Cite as

Il Potenziale di Ossido-Riduzione e le sue applicazioni in Batteriologia ed in Igiene

  • Antonio Di Tizzano
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After a short reference to the fundamental principles of the oxidation-reduction potential and the meaning of the symbolrH introduced byClark, the author proceeds to set out, among the numerous applications which this important notion has found in various scientific fields, those found in Bacteriology and Hygiene.

As regards Bacteriology, the oxidation-reduction potential of the sterile culture media and of various aerobic and anaerobic micro-organisms has been investigated in connection with their growth. The oxidation-reduction potential has proved to be a very good means of classification and identification of the various bacterial strains.

Moreover, although the studies performed are not numerous the said oxidation-reduction potential has also been shown to have a great importance in the determination of the immunisation processes of the organism and in its serological behaviour.

The oxidation-reduction potential, furthermore, has found very large applications in the field of alimentation, from the problem of fermentations, such as the alcoholic fermentation and the bread fermentation, to the distinction between raw and boiled milk by means ofSchardinger's reaction.

In the future, the possibilities for application and development of the oxidation-reduction potential appear to be even more considerable.

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  • Antonio Di Tizzano
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