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Richard Julius Petri - bibliography

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Biography

German bacteriologist, born May 31, 1852, Barmen; died December 20, 1921, Zeitz.

Bibliography

  • Katalog für das Hygiene-Museum. 1886.
  • Der Cholerakurs im Kaiserlichen Hesundheitsamt. Berlin, 1893.
  • Das Mikroskop. Von seinen Anfängen bis zur jetzigen Vervollkommnung. 1896. Petri also contributed 86 papers in Dammer’s Handwörterbuch der Gesundheitspflege, as well as some 60 treatises on hygiene and bacteriology, and journal articles and reports in the Mittheilungen aus dem Kaiserlichen Gesundsheitsamte. These are some of them:
  • Versuche zur Chemie des Eiweissharns. 1876.
  • Apparat zur Bestimmung des Wassergehalts in der Milch durch Destillation im Vacuum.
  • Die Gefärhlichkeit der Carbon-Natron-Oefen. 1889.
  • Gewerbehygiene. 1890.
  • Versuche, über die Verbreitung ansteckender Krankheiten, insbesondere der Tuberkulose, durch den Eisenbahnverkehr und über die dagegen zu ergreifenden Massnahmen. 1893.
  • Zur Beurtheilung der Hochdruck-Pasteurisir-Apparate. 1897.
  • Zum Nachweis in Butter und Milch. 1897.

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