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5 h. Do not shake the bottle because the resultant bubbles may cause irregularities in the final emulsion thickness. 2. In a dark room, the desired amount of emulsion is gently, but thoroughly mixed in a 1:1 ratio with deionized, distilled water. 3. Add 15–20 mL of the 1:1 emulsion/water solution to a container (a slide mailer works well for this) previously set up in a 40°C water bath in the dark. 4. Dip each slide individually into the slide mailer. One dip is sufficient to coat the slide. 5.
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