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Cresyl violet acetate, 10 g

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Cresyl echt violet, Cresyl fast violet
Empirical formula C18H15N3O3
Molar mass (M) 321,34 g/mol
Melting point (mp) 145 °C
WGK 1
CAS No. [10510-54-0]

Used as 1% solution in water.

Cresyl violet acetate is a nuclear stain. It is used for visualising nerve tissue during Nissl staining.
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Art. No. 7651.2

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Cresyl violet acetate p.a.

Cresyl violet acetate is a nuclear stain. It is used for visualising nerve tissue during Nissl staining.



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Appearancedark green to almost black powder  
Absorption max. (50 % C2H5OH)596-599 nm  

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