hexamine

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hexamine

(ˈhɛksəmiːn)
n
1. (Elements & Compounds) another name for hexamethylenetetramine
2. (Chemistry) a type of fuel produced in small solid blocks or tablets for use in miniature camping stoves
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Phenol, vitriol (99%), formaldehyde (37%), urotropine and HCl (37%) used were of analytical grade.
Having passed the selected exposure time in the study solution the plates were taken out, washed with water, immersed into 10% hydrochloric acid solution with urotropine, once again washed with water, placed into a vessel with acetone, taken out, air-dried and weighted.
All these corpses were submitted to the process of embalming through the carotids, injecting a mixture of formaldehyde, alcohol, distilled water, and urotropine, with death date average of 2 days.