- a concentrated form of pyroxylin used to embed tissues for cutting and microscopic examination.
Origin of celloidin
Examples from the Web for celloidin
Historical Examples of celloidin
To overcome this, the sections might also be embedded in celloidin.All About Coffee
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Pour some soft celloidin into a test tube; carefully revolve the test tube so that an even film of celloidin dries on the inside.
After a short time water begins to rise in the tube, having passed through the film of celloidin.
Various grades of celloidin, thick and thin, in wide-mouthed bottles.
Remove the solution of gelatine from the interior of the celloidin case with a pipette.
- a nitrocellulose compound derived from pyroxylin, used in a solution of alcohol and ether for embedding specimens before cutting sections for microscopy