3" x 1"
Clear Glass Microscope Slides 3″ x 1″ Double Frosted Transparent Micro Slides [1440 Pack]
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Pack of 1440 DOUBLE FROSTED MICROSCOPE SLIDES 3” x 1”
Thin flat piece of glass used to hold objects for examination under a microscope. Made of high quality soda-lime glass, these microscope glass slides are frosted on one end, with ground edges and 90 degree corners. Ideal for use in the diagnosis and investigation of all types of specimens, slides have undergone an automatic cleaning process, which makes them ready for use upon arrival.
White glass frosted microscope slides are produced using a unique chemical etching process. This provides a smooth frosted finish that won’t wear out slide marking pens. Double frosted slides are sandblasted on one end of both sides. These slides are pre-cleaned and ready to use. They are individually inspected and free from moisture, dirt, and film. All of our slides are flat, uniform, durable.
EASY TO USE
Slides should be kept horizontal (flat) with the specimen side up. If they are stored on edge, the cover glass or specimen may shift out of position. Take care not to stack slides on top of one another or apply pressure to the cover glass. Standard shelf life for glass microscope slides is approximately 2 years if the above transportation and storage conditions are followed.
TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE conditions
Considerably affect the quality and performance of microscope slides. Glass frosted slides should be stored in a dry place at constant room temperature. Slides should be stored on a pallet or shelf and not directly on a floor. Do not store slides and solvents together as the slide surface can turn hydrophobic.
Cost-effective slide for general-purpose applications. Plain slides provide an essential component for the in-depth study of botany, zoology, histology, embryology, parasitology, genetics, and pathology. Microscope slides are often used together with a cover slip or cover glass, a smaller and thinner sheet of glass that is placed over the specimen.
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