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Soaking in alcohol
    #2714190 - 05/22/04 10:42 AM (14 years, 30 days ago)

What do u think about soaking grain in alcohol , drain , load in jar with the "right" amount of water ( need to be calculated ) , then steam the jars for 30 min in a pot lid on.
Will grain be sterilized ?


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Re: Soaking in alcohol [Re: YesItsMe]
    #2714204 - 05/22/04 10:52 AM (14 years, 30 days ago)

>Will grain be sterilized ?

Probably not, the endospores will survive.


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Re: Soaking in alcohol [Re: Anno]
    #2714233 - 05/22/04 11:08 AM (14 years, 30 days ago)

""Ethanol (grain alcohol) and isopropanol (rubbing alcohol) in concentrations between 90% and 70% are classified as an intermediate level disinfectants. Higher concentrations are actually less effective. Alcohols have been shown effective against HBV and HIV and are presumed effective against HCV (3). Alcohols are effective against most vegetative forms of bacteria, but not against endospores or naked viruses. "" ( www.domsub.info )


I should search before post ...

PS: domsub    fucking site !  :smirk:


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Re: Soaking in alcohol [Re: YesItsMe]
    #2723098 - 05/24/04 03:58 PM (14 years, 28 days ago)

A mixture of peroxide and peracetic acid should kill all micro organisms and spores (as endospores) .
Some high level disinfectant as SporGon(pdf) use this formula.

But certainly its not profitable , so PC rules !


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