Excerpt from The Biochemical Journal, 1919, Vol. 13
The results obtained by the use of different media and acids were recorded for various initial reactions lying between PH 423 and absolute neutrality (ph Since the introduction Of the hydrogen electrode as a means of measuri... ng the reaction (ph) Of liquids few results of the investigations of the growth of B. Coli in media initially more alkaline than PH 700 have been recorded. It was thought desirable, therefore, to supplement the former research by making an examination of the behaviour of B. Coli when grown in 2 glucose peptone made alkaline bv the addition of N sodium hydrate: an endeavour also being made to determine a limiting value Of alkalinity, above which the growth of the organism is inhibited.
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