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HT501320

Sigma-Aldrich

Formalin solution, neutral buffered, 10%

histological tissue fixative

MDL number:
PubChem Substance ID:
NACRES:
NA.47

biological source

synthetic

shelf life

Expiry date on the label.

concentration

10% formalin (approx. 4% formaldehyde)

color

colorless

pH

6.90-7.10

density

1.080 g/cm3

application(s)

hematology
histology

storage temp.

room temp

InChI

1S/CH2O/c1-2/h1H2

InChI key

WSFSSNUMVMOOMR-UHFFFAOYSA-N

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General description

Formalin solution, neutral buffered, 10% is the most commonly used fixative for light microscopy. It requires a relatively short period of fixation. It is suitable for the long-term storage of tissue. Once properly fixed, the tissue should be able to withstand the subsequent stages of tissue processing or staining.

Application

Formalin solution, neutral buffered, 10% has been used as a popular general purpose histological fixative to fix tissues.
Popular general purpose histological fixative.

Packaging

Item is packaged in a 10L Cubitainer consisting of a plastic bladder inside of a cardboard box with an attached spigot.

Physical form

Neutral buffered solution

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