Champy fixative

Cham·py fix·a·tive

(sham'pē),
a mixture of potassium bichromate, chromic acid, and osmic acid; considered an excellent cytologic fixative with advantages and disadvantages similar to those of Flemming fixative; it differs from Flemming fixative in substituting bichromate for acetic acid.
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Cham·py fix·a·tive

(shahm-pē' fiks'ă-tiv)
A mixture of potassium bichromate, chromic acid, and osmic acid, considered an excellent cytologic fixative with advantages and disadvantages similar to those of Flemming fixative; it differs from Flemming fixative in substituting bichromate for acetic acid.
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Champy,

Christian, French physician, 1885–.
Champy fixative - cytologic fixative.
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