Place a specimen on one of these slides and add a cover slip to flatten the specimen to an even thickness so it can be viewed under a microscope.
Mount specimens on slides so they can be viewed under a microscope.
Keep specimens on slides pressed flat and at an even thickness using these covers.
Store microscope slides in these storage containers to help keep them free from dust, moisture, and other contaminants.
Slide Staining Jars
Stain slides in these jars before examining them under a microscope. Grooves on the inside of the jar hold the slides upright for easy handling. Also known as Coplin or Hellendahl jars, staining jars can also be used to store slides or as a thin-layer chromatography (TLC) developing chamber.