The Effectiveness of Soap

The Effectiveness - The Effectiveness of Soap Meredith Fulton BIOL 101L Section 414 I pledge that no unauthorized assistance has been given or

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The Effectiveness of Soap Meredith Fulton January 29, 2008 BIOL 101L Section 414 I pledge that no unauthorized assistance has been given or received in the completion of this work. Experiments described were performed by me and/or my lab group and this write-up is entirely my own creative work. _____________________________________________
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I. Introduction a. Subject i. The goal of this lab is to test the effects of soap on getting rid of bacteria and fungi on an average persons hands. b. Observations i. Germs on a person’s hand could not only spread, but could cause viruses in their own auto-immune system. Thus, it is important to find out if different types of soap and water truly make a difference in the cleanliness of one’s hands. c. Background and Study i. Some hand soaps claim to clean 99% of germs, yet some claim to be “anti-bacterial” leading to the assumption that they leave no bacteria whatsoever. These soaps will be differentiated according to their effectiveness.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course BIOL 101L taught by Professor Stengaga during the Spring '08 term at UNC.

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