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n. (in microscopy) the process of removing the cloudiness from microscopical specimens after dehydration by means of a clearing agent. This increases the transparency of the specimens. Xylene, cedar oil, methyl benzoate plus benzol, and methyl salicylate plus benzol are commonly used as clearing agents.

Subjects: Medicine and Health — Chemistry.

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