osmium tetroxide

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osmium tetroxide

[′äz·mē·əm te′träk‚sīd]
(inorganic chemistry)
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She first referred to reduction of synovial inflammation with steroid injection and then talked about indication for its use, history, osmic acid injections.
Lung tissue samples were removed from fixed specimens fixed by 2.5% glutaraldehyde phosphate buffer and then by 1% osmic acid fixation, gradient acetone dehydration, Epon812 embedded agent, and ultrathin sections (thickness 60 nm), as uranium and lead citrate double staining, then observed under Hitachi H-7500 transmission electron microscope and photographed with Germany CCD camera system.