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Microscope Slides - Ceramic Frosted - PermaFrost

Ceramic Frosted Microscope Slides. 25 mm X 75 mm X 1 mm. ˝ gross (72). Environmental Transport Pack. Chase Scientific Glass Catalog No, 666.

Forensics Lab Supply Number 5541040

Chase Scientific Glass has been taken over by Thermo Fisher Scientific. This product has most likely been eliminated from the Fisher product line.

Frosting provides an area on the edge of the slide where notes may be made, often with a graphite pencil. In past, a weak solution of hydrofluoric acid was used to etch the glass. More recently, the less hazardous method of sandblasting has been used. Ceramic coating was an excellent method, but may have proven too costly.

Ceramic coatings on glass first appeared in this country in the form of labels on beer bottles; notably those of the Coors family. The story of the development of ceramics in the bottle industry is complicated. It was a German-born émigré named John Herold who first manufacture china and heat-resistant porcelain ovenware from clay deposits near Golden, Colorado.

To view archives of our Historic Prepared Slides, CLICK HERE.

Not made in China.

This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 16 April, 2014.
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