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Cedarwood Oil for Microscope
24 Apr, 2024

What is the Use of Cedarwood Oil in Histopathology?

Regarding the three staining quality indicators examined, a significant association was found between cedar wood oil and xylene. Conclusions: We draw the conclusion that cedar wood oil, when used as a clearing agent in the histopathology laboratory, can be a reliable, environmentally friendly, and secure substitute for xylene.

Which oil is used in oil immersion microscope?

While type N immersion oil is designed to be utilized at body temperature (37 °C) for live cell imaging applications, type F immersion oil is best used for fluorescence imaging at room temperature (23 °C).


What is the Refractive Index of Cedarwood oil in Microscopy?

Since this surprising oil has a dispersion quality just like to glass coverslips and a refractive index of 1.41. As a result, straight light rays going through the specimen come into contact with a homogenous medium between the coverslip and this surprising oil and are only slightly bent as they leave the lens' upper surface rather than as they enter it.

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What is the importance of Cedarwood Oil and xylene in using the Microscope?

The current study demonstrates that an essential oil (8% cedar wood oil) was used in a xylene-free H and E staining process to provide high-quality staining with adequate clarity and uniformity. Being easy to handle, non-toxic, non-flammable, and non-hazardous are further benefits.

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