Organic biocides In paper industry biocides are often categorised into two groups, oxidising and organic (= non-oxidising) biocides. Chapter Oxidising biocides describes the differences between these two groups. In short, oxidising biocides react non-specifically with plurality of cell components, whereas organic biocides usually react with more specific target molecules in a microbial cell. Common for
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