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Safe Microscopic Techniques for Amateurs: Slide Mounting

Handbook / Manual
By: Walter Dioni(Author)
104 pages, b/w illustrations
Safe Microscopic Techniques for Amateurs: Slide Mounting
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  • Safe Microscopic Techniques for Amateurs: Slide Mounting ISBN: 9781499746518 Paperback May 2014 In stock
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With many chemicals once used to prepare and mount specimens on slides now banned or deemed toxic, the enthusiast microscopist requires accress to easy-to-source mixes and chemicals to mount their own slides. This work by Walter Dioni provides a perfect solution. It shows how to use a variety of safe, easy-to-obtain chemicals for mounting slides. The work was originally published as a set of articles in the online publication Micscape Magazine.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Walter Dioni(Author)
104 pages, b/w illustrations
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