Origin of acid-forming
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The same condition is found in milk where the environment is most favorable for the acid-forming bacteria.
In cheese a certain amount of acid can be produced by the acid-forming bacteria.
These temperatures favor especially the growth of the acid-forming bacteria.
The desirable type of acid-forming bacteria do not form spores; hence, are easily killed by heating the milk.
In carbon all base-forming properties have disappeared, and the acid-forming properties are more marked than in boron.An Elementary Study of Chemistry|William McPherson