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  • Uranyl Acetate Solution

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    We are now offering Uranyl Acetate pre-made and ready to use solution for making your work easier. The following percentages are avaialble off the shelf (1, 2, 3, 4). Formula: UO2(OCOCH3)2·2H2O Formula Weight: 424.14 CAS #: …

  • Uranyl Acetate

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Formula: UO2(OCOCH3)2·2H2O   Formula Weight: 424.14 CAS #: 541-09-3 Assay: 98.0-102.0% Included Fees: C993L41 has a $25 Uranyl Testing Fee included in the price.

  • Uranyl Nitrate

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    …EM Negative Stain used for viruses. In tissue samples it stabilizes nucleic acids and cell membranes. These solutions are more stable than uranyl acetate and they react primarily with negatively charged groups in the absence of phosphate ions. Grade: Reagent Grade, A.C.S. Formula:…

  • Uranyl Magnesium Acetate

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    …a substitute for uranyl acetate in either double-staining techniques and also as a solo stain. Formula: UO2Mg(CH3COO)4 Formula Weight: 530.0 CAS #: 20596-93-4 Included Fees: C993L44 & C993L45 have a $25 Uranyl Testing Fee included…

  • Uranyl Zinc Acetate

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    Used as a laboratory reagent in the determination of sodium concentrations of solutions. Formula: ZnUO4(CH3COO)2 CAS #: 33959-50-1 Included Fees: C993L48 has a $25 Uranyl Testing Fee included in the price.

  • Methyl Cellulose

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    (Methylcel MC; Cellulose Methyl Ether) CAS #: 9004-67-5 Methoxyl (-CH3) content: 27.5-31.5% Medium viscosity (2% in water, @20°C): 230-550 cps Used with polyethylene glycol in the presence of acidic uranyl acetate to stain cryo sections.

  • Periodic Acid, Reagent

    Electron Microscopy Sciences

    …icosahedral and filamentous viruses. J. Ultrastruct. Res. 47, 361. Locke, M., and Kirhman, N. (1971). Hot Alcoholic phosphotungstic acid and uranyl acetate as routine stains for thick and thin sections. J. Cell Biol., 50, 550., Farragiana, T., and Marinozzi, V. (1979). Phosphotungstic acid…

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