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Table 3 Parameters from regression analysis for experiments

From: Synergistic effect of pulsed electric fields and temperature on the inactivation of microorganisms

Experiment conditions \({b}_{e}(\%\bullet \mathrm{cm}/\mathrm{kV})\) \({E}_{c}(\mathrm{kV}/\mathrm{cm})\) \({R}^{2}\)
a. Saccharomyces cerevisiae
 Pure PEF 0.1676 5.632 \(\pm\) 2.537 0.9255
 PEF + 30 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1868 5.043 \(\pm\) 2.911 0.9339
 PEF + 40 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1974 3.732 \(\pm\) 2.171 0.9597
 PEF + 50 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.2254 1.859 \(\pm 0.698\) 0.9875
b. Escherichia coli
 Pure PEF 0.1338 6.091 \(\pm\) 1.998 0.9523
 PEF + 30 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1396 4.857 \(\pm\) 1.844 0.9616
 PEF + 40 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1892 4.112 \(\pm\) 1.614 0.9736
 PEF + 50 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.2068 1.422 \(\pm\) 1.914 0.9683
c. Bacillus velezensis
 Pure PEF 0.1090 6.266 \(\pm 1.941\) 0.9530
 PEF + 30 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1236 5.502 \(\pm\) 1.699 0.9640
 PEF + 40 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1756 4.351 \(\pm\) 1.575 0.9831
 PEF + 50 \(\mathrm{^\circ{\rm C} }\) 0.1816 1.960 \(\pm\) 1.193 0.9837