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What group of medical chemicals kill bacteria?
The best chemicals for killing bacteria are bleach and ammonia. Hydrogen peroxide and acids are also good for killing bacteria.
Yes, bacteria can kill you. There are many deadly bacterial diseases, including pneumonia, staphlycoccus (The Staph Infection), and many more.
In 1928, bacteriologist Sir Alexander Fleming, a British bacteriologist accidentally discovered penicillin. Though medical use began shortly after that, it was not until 1941 …that Howard Florey purified and tested penicillin.
bacteria can be killed from a by a variety of things, bacteriophages can be engineered to kill bacteria, but the main killer is the antibiotics which kill bacteria in massive …numbers By taking pills Sterilization, Pasteurization, Cold Temperatures, Antiseptics, disinfectants, and washing hands. Nothin really kills bacteria. Bacteria is a germ pretty much. okay look im just a 6th grader so i havent learned alot bout this so cut me some slack okay. um then who are you to come up in here and give us an answer crack head so dont have any business coming up in here and giving us an answer that could be wrong have you ever heard of research yea i suggest doing that before you give an answer
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I believe that it's alcohol (ethyl or rubbing- not sure which).
Yes. It will only destroy the bad bacteria and not the good kind that lives in your body. Then again I'm only a bored seventh grader so u might wanna ask someone more dependab…le!
Bacteria (usually) can be killed with ordinary soap or diluted cholrine bleach.
Chemical substances that kill or slow the growth of bacteria are called antibiotics. Examples of antibiotics are penicillin, amoxicillin, streptomycin and erythromycin.