mountant

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mountant

(ˈmaʊntənt)
n
1. (Art Terms) an adhesive used for mounting pictures
2. (Biology) an adhesive used for mounting specimen slides for viewing under a microscope
adj
elevated; high
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Evaluation of mountants for use in forensic science hair examination, Journal of the Forensic Science Society (1991) 31(1):59-65.
Mounted in a semipermanent mounting medium, soak the slide in a solvent that dissolves the mountant until the coverslip can be removed.
Various mountants can be used, and the mountant volume is adjustable.