Carnoy fixative

Car·noy fix·a·tive

(kar-noy'),
ethanol, chloroform, and acetic acid (6:3:1) or ethanol and acetic acid (3:1); an extremely rapid fixative used for glycogen preservation and as a nuclear fixative.

Car·noy fix·a·tive

(kahr'noy fik'să-tiv)
Ethanol, chloroform, and acetic acid (6:3:1) or ethanol and acetic acid (3:1), an extremely rapid fixative used for glycogen preservation and as a nuclear fixative.

Carnoy,

Jean Baptiste, French biologist, 1836-1899.
Carnoy fixative - an extremely rapid fixative used for glycogen preservation and as a nuclear fixative.