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- noun a colorless flammable volatile liquid hydrocarbon used as a solvent
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That's why I dont understand Rothko or David Foster Wallace or take your pick - the only time I felt that bad was when I think I had a head full of tolulol or xylol and was eating bagels coffee and beer.
Place a large drop of xylol balsam on the section and carefully lower a cover-glass on to the balsam.
(The film of ink may be covered with a long cover-glass and xylol balsam as a permanent preparation.) (< b) _Hanging-drop Preparation.
Failing these methods, a drop or two of xylol may be dropped on the skin just over the vein, left on for a few seconds and then wiped off with a piece of dry lint.
Wash in aniline oil, 1 part, xylol, 2 parts, until no more colour is discharged.
Clear, embed, cut very thin sections, mount, remove paraffin, again clear and mount in xylol balsam.
It is well known that in coal-tar is found a series of ammonia-like bases, aniline or amido-benzol, toluidine or amido-toluol, and xylidine or amido-xylol, which are utilized practically in the manufacture of the so-called aniline dye-colors.
Remove xylol by flushing the section with alcohol.
Transfer the sections in turn to a capsule containing absolute alcohol (to dehydrate) and to one containing xylol or oil of cloves (to clear).
Treat with a mixture of equal parts of aniline oil and xylol until no more colour comes away.