Chemistry in action - antiseptics, Chemistry

Chemistry in action - Antiseptics

The chemical substances that are utilized to kill or avoid the growth of micro-organisms are known as antiseptics. These are not harmful to living tissues and can be safely applied on cuts, wounds, diseased skin surfaces, ulcers. These are as well employed to decrease odours resultant from bacterial decomposition of the body or in the mouth. Hence they are, varied with face powders, deodorants and breathe purifiers. We all have to be familiar along with antiseptic creams such as soframycin, furacin etc.

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