Dehydration - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
Dehydration is the process of complete removal of water from the fixed tissue. Dehydrating agents must be water soluble, and among them ethanol is the most widely used. Ethanol has several distinct features for dehydration: a complete miscibility with water, a hardening effect, a powerful dehydration capacity, and penetrability into the tissue.
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