Flemming's solution\ˈflemiŋz-, -mēŋz-\
Definition of Flemming's fluid
: a fixing fluid composed of osmium tetroxide, chromic anhydride, and acetic acid in aqueous solution and used in microscopy chiefly for preserving details of cells
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Origin and Etymology of flemming's fluid
after Walther Flemming †1905 German anatomist and cytologist
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