Antibacterial vs Antiseptic vs Disinfectant

Posted by TERRY MUDGE

Antibacterial, antiseptic, and disinfectant are all terms used to describe agents that can kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses. The main difference between the three is the type of microorganisms they are intended to target and the setting in which they are used. Antibacterial agents are specifically designed to target and kill bacteria. They are commonly used in soaps, lotions, and other personal care products. Antiseptics are similar to antibacterials, but are intended for use on living tissue. They are often used in medical settings to clean wounds, for example. Disinfectants, on the other...

If a Stealth Plane Crashes in the Desert, Does Anyone Notice?

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If a Stealth Plane Crashes in the Desert, Does Anyone Notice?
One of the fastest vehicles ever created crashed in the West Texas desert, leaving behind a two-story-deep crater.

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