What is the staining rack?

What is the staining rack?

The Staining rack is made up of Stainless Steel and is designed for the simultaneous staining of up to 25 microscope slides The Offered Product Comprises of ONLY the BASKET and NOT the SLIDES shown.

What is staining rack made of?

The staining rack is produced from polyoxymethylene (POM) and is designed for the simultaneous staining of up to 25 microscope slides.

Which glassware is used for staining histology slides?

Slide Staining Dish The dish is made from polymethylpentene “glass clear” for use with our staining rack (Cat# 70321-10) shown above.

What is staining trough?

Prevent evaporation of staining liquid using the drop-on lid supplied with the Transparent Glass Staining Trough. This heavy glass staining jar is an essential microscope accessory for the laboratory.

What is a Coplin jar?

Definition of Coplin jar : a covered glass vessel that is rectangular in cross section and grooved inside for holding microscope slides vertical during processing.

What is the function of Coplin jar?

Coplin jars can be used for pre-staining with and alcohol buffer. Slides are held vertically for easy manipulation. A Coplin jar can also serve as a preparation chamber for micro-thin-layer chromatography.

What is the use of Coplin jar?

What is a glass slide used for?

A microscope slide is a thin flat piece of glass, typically 75 by 26 mm (3 by 1 inches) and about 1 mm thick, used to hold objects for examination under a microscope.

What is glass slide used in laboratory?

A glass slide is a thin, flat, rectangular piece of glass that is used as a platform for microscopic specimen observation. A typical glass slide usually measures 25 mm wide by 75 mm, or 1 inch by 3 inches long, and is designed to fit under the stage clips on a microscope stage.

What is the volume of a Coplin jar?

The jar has grooves to accept five 76 x 26mm microscope slides vertically, or 10 slides back-to-back. Volume: 50ml.

What is the uses staining jar?

Staining jars are normally use to stain cells and tissues on glass microscope slides (typically each type of stain will be used in separate dish as without staining most cells are just a clear liquids).

What is the purpose of a wet mount?

The Wet Mount is a procedure performed in the laboratory to observe motile organisms. It is commonly used to examine material collected from the vaginal wall of a female patient.