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Hoyer’s Microscopic Slide Mounting Medium


If you have been around microscopy, you know Hoyer’s Medium. Now available in the U.S.


Hoyer's Microscopic Slide Mounting Medium is a high-purity, high IR, solvent-free medium that makes mounted specimens look clear and fresh even after years of storage.


Hoyer's Medium is free of known carcinogens and will not cloud or darken. It is available in a range of sizes, from 10ml to laboratory-scale quantities of 10L. Sizes 10ml, 30ml, 50ml are supplied in LDPE squeeze bottle containers with precision blunt steel needle tips and covers. Larger sizes are supplied in LDPE bottles with screw tops.


Hoyer's has a high index of refraction, making it the preferred medium for creating permanent microscope slide mounts of insects, plants, animal tissue samples, chromosome squashes, etc.


Hoyer’s Medium Product Family Available in sizes ranging from 10ml to 10L


Pure Hoyer's solution • Allows accurate comparison of historical slides mounted with Hoyer's medium


• Resists yellowing and recrystallization • Available in multiple sizes.


Hoyer’s is a product of Great Britain and ships from Hempstead Halide Inc. in the US.


Order Hoyer’s Medium from www.hempsteadhalide.com, Amazon.com, and eBay.com.


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Hempstead Halide Inc. P.O. Box 2630 Galveston, TX 77550 Ph: (409)572-2505


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