Chamberland Cham·ber·land (chām'bər-lənd, shäɴ-běr-län'), Charles Édouard. 1851-1908.
French bacteriologist. A colleague of Louis Pasteur, he contributed to the development of sterilization techniques.
This invulnerability had very much struck Pasteur and his two assistants, Joubert and chamberland.
Sterilisation by means of superheated steam is carried out in a special boiler—chamberland's autoclave (Fig. 30).
He discovered (with Joubert and chamberland) the bacillus of malignant edema.
chamberland filter candles possess finer channels than Berkefeld candles and consequently filter much more slowly.
chamberland's food is the best for them, as well as for pheasants.
Filter some of the extract through a chamberland candle and incubate the filtrate to determine the presence of soluble toxins.
Doultons white porcelain filters it may be noted are as efficient as the chamberland candles and filter rather more rapidly.