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Chamberland

(chāmbər-lənd, shäɴ-bĕr-län)
  1. French bacteriologist. A colleague of Louis Pasteur, he contributed to the development of sterilization techniques.
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  • Chamberland's food is the best for them, as well as for pheasants.

    Sporting Society, Vol. II (of 2)

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  • This invulnerability had very much struck Pasteur and his two assistants, Joubert and Chamberland.

    Louis Pasteur

    Ren Vallery-Radot

  • He discovered (with Joubert and Chamberland) the bacillus of malignant edema.

  • Sterilisation by means of superheated steam is carried out in a special boiler—Chamberland's autoclave (Fig. 30).

  • Doultons white porcelain filters it may be noted are as efficient as the Chamberland candles and filter rather more rapidly.