. Laboratory work in bacteriology. Bacteriology. Fig. 26. The author's steam sterilizer, a—An ordinary Hofmann's iron water-bath, ^18 cm. in diameter; d—Copper sterilizer; c—Support blocks. The copper pail is filled with the gelatin tubes, and is placed on the water-bath, in which the water should be actively boiling. In from five to seven minutes steam will issue rapidly, from the tube in the cover, showing- that the temperature in the interior has reached 100°. The steam- ing is then continued for an additional 15 minutes. This process is now repeated, on each of the following two days. By m

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. Laboratory work in bacteriology. Bacteriology. Fig. 26. The author's steam sterilizer, a—An ordinary Hofmann's iron water-bath, ^18 cm. in diameter; d—Copper sterilizer; c—Support blocks. The copper pail is filled with the gelatin tubes, and is placed on the water-bath, in which the water should be actively boiling. In from five to seven minutes steam will issue rapidly, from the tube in the cover, showing- that the temperature in the interior has reached 100°. The steam- ing is then continued for an additional 15 minutes. This process is now repeated, on each of the following two days. By means of this simple sterilizer, the student is enabled to perform all the necessary sterilization at his own table. Practically no time is lost in waiting for the generation of iCentralblatt fur Bakteriologie, Bd. 22, p. 340, 1897.. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Novy, Frederick George, 1864- . Ann Arbor [Mich. ] G. Wahr