xylol


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xylol

[′zī‚lȯl]
(organic chemistry)

xylol

A colorless aromatic hydrocarbon liquid; used as a solvent for paints and varnishes.
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The groups retreated with PTR alone or in combination with xylol and orange oil presented intermediate (p > 0.
For staining, sections were deparaffinized in an oven at 60[degrees]C for 30 minutes and placed in two batteries of xylol (two minutes each), then immersed in decreasing alcohol solutions of 90, 80 and 70%.
Briefly, the sections were dewaxed and rehydrated in xylol (Sigma, Germany) and a graded series of 100%, 90%, 80%, and 70% ethanol.
The slides were rinsed thoroughly in distilled water, counterstained with Harris hematoxylin for 30 s, washed in distilled water, dehydrated in graded alcohols, cleared in xylol, and were then mounted in Entellan (Merck, Germany).
0 [micro]m thick) were mounted on slides, deparaffinized in xylol, and rehydrated in a descending ethanol series for immunostaining.
They were dehydrated in ascending by ethyl alcohol starting from 30% to absolute alcohol for 510 min in each grade then were washed in xylol and cleared in ceder wood oil.
Name Manufacturer Type Processing solvent Armorseal[R] Sherwin Epoxy MEK/xylene/ethanol 1000 HS clear Williams[R] CARC Clear Spectrum Aliphatic Water MIL-DTL-64159 Ty Coalings polyurethane II CPI (LaRC-CPl) NeXolve[R] Polyimide Diglyme [R] Desolhane[R] HS PRC-DeSoto Urethane Methyl ethyl CA8201/F Clear ketone Irogran[R] Huntsman Thermoplastic Tetrahydrofuran PS455-302P polyurethane (IRO) Pol ycrylic[R] Minwax[R] Acrylic/urethane Water Sylgard 184 Dow Silicone Xylol Coming[R]
After dewaxing the sections in xylol for 3x3 minutes, sections were rehydrated through graded alcohols to water for 1 minute each.
specially designed magnetic retrievers to remove metallic foreign bodies such as hair pins and solvents such as xylol and benzene to dissolve candles and crayons) are no longer used.
All tissues were fixed in 10% buffered formalin and were processed for paraffin sectioning by dehydration in different concentrations of alcohol, cleared with xylol and embedded in paraffin blocks.
The sections were deparrafinated by heating in an oven at 60[degrees] for 30 minutes, and then transferred successively to xylol (2x5 min), 100[degrees] alcohol (2x5 min), 96[degrees] alcohol (2 x 5 min), 70[degrees] alcohol (1 x 5 min), and distilled water.