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I'm doing an experiment on Osmotic Pressure in Red Blood Cells. Will be adding different amounts of sodium chloride, glucose and water to a sample of blood under a microscope. What is the best was to add the solutions to the slide without losing the particular red blood cell on the slide? Results looking for: at what composition of salt to water, glucose to water will make the blood cells burst. Thanks for your help.
Re: How do you add sodium chloride to a blood sample slide?
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