If you have a limited amount of powder, I would recommend making Mayer's
as it is foolproof.
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Hana Peter wrote:
> I recently came into possession of a small amount of hematoxylin powder
> and for the first time I'm going to make my own Harris hematoxylin and
> maybe some Mayer's too.
> As I have a limited amount of powder, I need to be extra careful with my
> Does anyone have experience with "home" made hematoxylin and its
> I found on the internet that the stability is up to 6 months. Is this
> really true?
> Thanks a lot!
> Hana Peter
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