xylol

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xy·lol

 (zī′lôl′, -lōl′)
n.
Variant of xylene.
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xylol

(ˈzaɪlɒl)
n
(Elements & Compounds) another name (not in technical usage) for xylene
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Noun1.xylol - a colorless flammable volatile liquid hydrocarbon used as a solvent
dissolvent, dissolver, dissolving agent, resolvent, solvent - a liquid substance capable of dissolving other substances; "the solvent does not change its state in forming a solution"
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As a routine procedure, the cells were developed for about 5 min before the reaction was terminated and were fully washed using running water, counterstained with hematoxylin, differentiated using 0.1% hydrochloric-alcohol solution, and washed using running water, followed by dehydration with gradient ethanol, vitrification with dimethylbenzene, and mounting with neutral balsam, and the images were recorded.
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