The microbiocidal action of Iodine is due to the active form, I2, which is polarized by water and like all halogens (chlorine, fluorine, bromine, etc.), acts as an extremely potent oxidizer. Activated iodine (I2) reacts in electrophilic reactions with enzymes of the respiratory chain as well as with amino acids located in cell membrane and cell wall proteins. The well-balanced tertiary structure necessary for maintaining the respiratory chain as well as cell integrity is destroyed and the microorganism is irreversibly damaged.
Most likely crystals of Iodine. Iodine is known for its anti-bacterial properties.
I f Ammonia products don't claim on their labels that they kill germs, it's because they can NOT kill germs.
Iodine. In small amounts, it's harmless to the body, but lethal to microorganisms and individual cells.
When you boil water, you will kill all germs that are in it.
yes, germs can be killed
Soap can kill germs but can't get rid of them permanently. They will keep coming back. Don't buy 'can kill 99.9% of germs because not only does it kill bad germs, but it kills the good ones too.
I know for sure hot water kills germs
it can kill most of the germs but it is not guaranteed. it will probably kill about 99 percent of bacteria and germs with only 1 percent to spread again.
Calamansi can kill germs because of its acid. Just like vinegar...^_*
It seems they can get you sick but not kill you
yes vinegar kills germs
yep it can cure people with germs
Yes, they can kill other germs
Yes, it kills most germs.
Steam is used to sterilize instruments for surgery. Yes, it can certainly kill germs!
because it is disinfected
A disinfectant is a substance, such as Lysol or alcohol that you put on surfaces like countertops or toilet seats to kill germs and other microbes. An antisceptic is used to kill germs and microorganisms, typically used on the skin and to clean out wounds. Hydrogen Peroxide or iodine are good examples.
yes it can
it depends on the fungus and the amount of iodine
Iodine can kill some weak viruses but non of the stronger ones. Iodine is an element that is needed for the production of thyroid hormone.
Sanitation methods clan and reduce germs on the surface but do not kill the germs. That's why it is very important to read the labels on all your cleaning supplies, because on most of them they're two sets of directions one is for disinfecting (which will kill most germs) and the cleaning which doesn't kill any it just removes the dirt.
they all kill germs but antibiotics fight diseases within your body (internal germs), and disinfectants kill external germs. desinfectants in not for internal use it can kill if used internaly.
hot water can not exactly kill germs and cold wter does not have a chance but boiling water can kill all the germs