Budde process

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Bud·de pro·cess

(bud'ĕ),
a method of milk sterilization; to the fresh milk, hydrogen peroxide is added in the proportion of 15 mL of a 3% solution to 1 L milk, and the mixture is heated to 52°C (124°F) for 3 hours, by which time the peroxide is decomposed and the nascent oxygen acts as an efficient germicide; the milk is then rapidly cooled and put into sealed bottles.

Budde process

An obsolete method for sterilising milk using hydrogen peroxide, attributed to E Budde, a 19th-century Danish sanitary engineer.

Budde,

E., Danish sanitary engineer, 1871–.
Budde process - a method of milk sterilization.