A specialized arterial fluid with an index that is greater than the normal index used in arterial fluid. These fluids are used on difficult cases which require more formaldehyde, such as a body that died from drowning or a body is a severe state of decomposition.
Compound in which there is a chemical union between water and certain substances when they crystallize.
Hydrogen (4 Characteristics)
Smallest, lightest element. Most abundant element in universe. Nascent. Diatomic
A chemical reaction in which a substance is broken down or dissociated by water; a reaction between a salt and water to yield an acid and a base.
A solution having a greater concentration of dissolved solute than the solution to which it is compared.
A solution having a lesser concentration of dissolved solute than the solution to which it is compared.
The strength of embalming fluids indicated by the number of grams of formaldehyde gas divided by (dissolved in) 100 milliliters of water.
The property of matter to remain at a constant velocity unless acted upon by an outside force
That branch of chemistry that studies the properties and reactions of elements, excluding organic or certain carbon containing compounds.
An atomic or molecular species with a positive (cation) or negative (anion) electrical charge; an atom of an element or a group of atoms acting as one unit that has lost or gained an electron or electrons.
The possession by two or more distinct compounds of the same molecular formula, each molecule having the same number of atoms of each element, but in different arrangement.
A solution having a equal concentration of dissolved solute as the solution to which it is compared.
A specialized arterial fluid with special bleaching and coloring qualities for use on bodies with jaundice; usually they contain a low amount of formaldehyde
The base SI unit of temperature; an absolute scale of temperature; 0o C = 32o F = 273 Kelvin.