[s-cars] Toluene....and other bargains

Charlie Smith charlie at elektro.cmhnet.org
Sat Nov 2 10:28:32 EST 2002

Earlier, Robert Myers wrote:
> Xylene is used in a part of an overall process to prepare tissues for

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> very carefully using a microtome and the thin slices are then mounted on a
> slide for examination.  I have left out a couple of the intermediate steps
> of the process but these are the essentials.
> It is the alcohol which actually removes the water from the tissue sample,
> not xylene.
> Uh, have we strayed a bit from RAC?  (Required Audi Content)

No, you were just working the conversation back around to Vodka.

So let me get this straight ... what you have to be careful about is
that the Vodka doesn't cause dehydration?

How about when it's ice cold?  That should slow down something, besides
the participant.  If it were a critical problem, I suppose one could
drink it on the rocks.

Works for me.

    - Charlie

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